PORTUGAL | MONITORING, CONTROL, REMOVAL AND PREVENTION OF ACCESS TO PROTECTED CONTENT IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT
Law no. 82/2021 was published, approving the rules and procedures for the monitoring, control, removal and prevention of access to protected content in the digital environment, and imposing new obligations on intermediary networking service providers.
It has recently been made available the Proposal for the 2022 General State Budget Law (“State Budget Proposal”).
Regulation (EU) 2021/821, of 20 May, setting up a new Union regime for the control of exports, brokering, technical assistance, transit and transfer of dual-use items and reformulating the previous regime provided for by Regulation (EC) 428/2009, of 5 May 2009, entered into force on 9 September 2021.
WHT applicable to dividends obtained in Portugal by non-EU investment funds.
The Court of Justice of the European Union declares “zero tariff” options contrary to the European Union legislation.
The National Assembly of Angola approved Resolution No. 63/21, of September 1st, which approves Angola’s accession to the Convention for the Settlement of Disputes arising from Foreign Investment Contracts between States and nationals of others concluded in 1966, also known as the “Washington Convention” or as the “ICSID Convention”.
The regulation of the Cyberspace Security Legal Framework was published, with impact on operators of critical infrastructures and essential services, digital service providers and the Public Administration.
Decree-Law No. 2/2021, of 9 August – Amends articles 377, 714, 875 and 1143 of the Civil Code, approved by Decree-Law No. 47344, of 25 November 1966.
Most relevant aspects of ANACOM’s draft decisions in the context of the regulation of the social tariff for supplying broadband Internet access services.
Most relevant aspects of Decree-Law No. 66/2021 of 30 July, which creates the social tariff for supplying broadband Internet access services (“Internet Social Tariff”).