Privacy, IT and New Technologies Law

KBL Law assists its Clients in all issues privacy-related issues, ranging from compliance to data protection and data retention. We can also count on a interdisciplinary technical-legal team that allows us to provide - especially in relation to innovative companies - specific advice on all business matters.

KBL Law has also gained considerable experience in internet and new technologies-related legal issues.

Our Clients operate mainly in the following sectors: E-Commerce, Online Auctions, Telecommunications, Sharing Economy, Fintech, Data Analysis, Multilevel Marketing, Social Networks, Software Houses.



  • Legal audit and compliance services (preparing opinions and advice on implementing best practices within companies)
  • Drafting of Privacy Policies and Cookie Policies
  • Assistance and advice in identifying the parties (i.e. Sole and Joint Data Controllers, Data Processors, Data Protection Officers, Data Subjects) involved in data processing procedures concerning companies and their suppliers and customers (including the identification of their respective rights, obligations and responsabilities)
  • Data protection impact assessment
  • Assistance and advice in case of data breaches
  • Assistance and advice in proceedings before the Supervisory Authorities and the related litigation
  • Assistance and advice in drafting personal data-related clauses and/or contracts
  • Training and refresher courses for companies, employees and managers


Information Technology Contracts

  • Terms and Conditions, Terms of Use
  • Website (including Web 2.0) development contracts
  • Contracts for the provision of internet connectivity
  • Outsourcing contracts
  • Software development and maintenance contracts
  • Software license agreements (proprietary licenses, free and open source licenses)
  • Hosting and housing contracts
  • VOIP service provision contracts
  • Internet connectivity provision services
  • Agile development software agreements
  • Cloud service agreeements (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS)
  • Service Level Agreements (SLAs)


E - Commerce

  • E - commerce start-up services
  • B2B and B2C contracts
  • Online auctions
  • Litigation (through ADR and/or ODR procedures)
  • E - Commerce tax issues
  • Online and social network sponsorship and advertising
  • Online gaming (i.e. sports bets, poker rooms etc.)
  • Drafting of Terms & Conditions, Privacy Polices and Cookie Policies for E - Government websites
  • Biometric passports, ID cards and national services cards
  • Public Administration Websites
  • Safety measures in using Government ICTs
  • Digital signatures and certified e-mail tools
  • Electronic civil procedure
  • Acquisition of software by government bodies (including preparing tenders for the acquisition of IT solutions in observance of the comparative assessment provided for under Article 68 Digital Administration Code and enhancement of Open Innovation)
  • Reuse of software in goverment