Privacy Advisor

BELGIUM—Belgian DPA clarifies policy on workplace cyber-surveillance

09.01.2012
On May 2, the Belgian Data Protection Authority (DPA) issued its long-awaited recommendation on cyber-surveillance in the workplace (Recommendation nr. 08/2012). This nonbinding recommendation strives to clarify the Belgian rules governing access to the content of electronic communications at work, among other things.

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