Benjamin Znaty is a counsel in the IP/IT department in Paris. Benjamin’s practice is focused mainly on advising international companies, in their commercial, contractual and regulatory issues in Europe.
Much of his work is focused on technology-rich sectors, including IT software and hardware providers, financial and payment technology providers, e-commerce platforms and digital media industries. He has developed particular expertise in the technology law, including digital communication, data protection and cyber-security. He is regularly involved in writing articles and giving training courses aimed at professionals on recent topics of his areas of practice notably artificial intelligence, internet of things and blockchain.
|2018 - 2021||Associate, Taylor Wessing|
|2013 – 2018||Associate, Bird & Bird, Simmons & Simmons|
|2013||Admitted to the Bar, Paris|
|2012||LLM, Science, Technology and IP Law, UC Hastings, San Francisco|
|2011||Master II, Media and Technology Law, University Panthéon Paris II Assas, Paris|
|2010||Master II, Business Law, University Paris Dauphine|
Release of CNIL's investigation plan for 2023
Get your processors in order – the CNIL's focus on controller audits
Benjamin Znaty looks at the recent enforcement decisions by the CNIL which underline the need for French controllers to carry out audits of their contractors' GDPR compliance.
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Monitoring employees: the importance of transparency and purpose limitation
Benjamin Znaty and Marc Schuler look at the importance of transparency and purpose limitation in the context of monitoring and surveillance of employees in the EU.
作者 Benjamin Znaty 以及 Marc Schuler
Adoption by the European Parliament of the DSA and the DMA (the Digital Services Package)