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An English language podcast focusing on the Belgian Pro League, hosted by Ben Jackson (@benjack94) alongside Scott Coyne (@scott_coyne) and Joris Becq (@Joris_Becq). Every week the trio chat about the biggest talking points around the league, while occasionally being joined by guests to dive deeper into some of Belgiums top clubs. For any questions/queries please email belgianfootpodcast@gmail.com We are also delighted to partner with Freelance Football Opps, who provide a weekly newsletter ...
 
European football news, interviews, retro and whimsy from football commentators Will Downing, Mark Rodden, Stephane Jauny and Dmytro Dzhulai, plus regular guests looking at the Bundesliga, Ligue 1, La Liga, Serie A, Belgian Pro League, Eredivisie, League of Ireland, women's football, the world game... and even the Premier League. Added countries covered so far have been Korea's K League, Estonia, Denmark and the Faroes. Come on in, you might enjoy it...
 
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What a first weekend of Pro League action we had! Drama, controversy and a goal of the season contender already. Ben, Joris and Scott dive into the games, including the return of USG to 1A in the Brussels derby, the controversial finish to the game between Club Brugge and Eupen and early thoughts on Seraing. They also chat about some new players wh…
 
Coming up in this week's episode UK Government rejects request to scan Matt Hancock's private email, Dutch Covid-19 app GDPR compliance, Irish Covid-19 app GDPR compliance, Tokyo 2020 Olympics data breach, Oxford City Council data breach, National Lottery Community Fund data breach, Guntrader.uk data breach, New Zealand Hospitals data breach, ICO H…
 
It is finally here! Originally we were going to launch this in two parts, but we thought we would just throw the whole thing at you instead. Ben, Scott and Joris go through all 18 Pro League teams for this season, looking at transfers, state of the club overall and how we think they will do compared to last season. With the season kicking off this …
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Implementing GDPR can now get you a Corporation Tax Rebate, Matt Hancock CCTV data breach investigated by ICO, Spreadshirt.net data breach, North Norfolk care home data breach, Anglesey secondary schools data breach, GP Pensions details viewed by unauthorised staff members, EDPB Facebook Whatsapp, Mint Mobile data …
 
Coming up in episode 152: Kayesa ransomware attack, Classic Football Shirts data breach, British Airways reaches out of court settlement with data breach victims, Covid-19 vaccinations and employee records, Mermaids trans-gender charity data breach, King of Spain health information data breach, QSure data breach in South Africa, Morgan Stanley data…
 
Coming up in episode 151: UK GDPR adequacy, Scottish Government and agencies almost 2000 data breaches since May 2018, Trafford Council following Freedom of Information request, LinkedIn says data was scraped and no data breach to report, Mercedes Benz data breach in USA, Lime VPN data breach, Amsterdam court to hear GDPR action against Facebook in…
 
Coming up in episode 150: Final decision awaited from EU on UK GDPR Adequacy, Matt Hancock makes a statement on NHS data grab, UK High Court clarifies responsibilities of EU Representatives, German court rules employee emails not a reasonable component of employee data subject access request (DSAR), Have you committed a data breach leaving personal…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Carnival Cruises, UK Trade Department data leak exposes existence of Cabinet Office FOI Triage unit, Gateley data breach, CakeBox data breach, Group of MPs suggest changes to UK GDPR, South Korea seeking data adequacy agreement from EU, CJEU asked to rule on GDPR immaterial damages, CJEU rules parallel GDPR investi…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Fastly data outage, Amazon could face biggest fine in GDPR history, NHS data grab deadline extended to 1st September 2021, EU issues new Standard Contractual Clauses, Tunbridge Wells schools closed by data breach, Belgian state faces action over GDPR non-compliance, Liverpool Doctor loses patient medical data, Bigg…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Conservative Party fined for GDPR offences, Garda update on Irish Health Service data breach, Tokyo Olympics affected by Fujitsu data breach, Southchurch School, Essex data breach, Colonial oil pipeline data breach update, Air India data breach update, High Court rules on EU GDPR Agent liabilities, Scripps Health d…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: UK Police reveal data breach figures for last 4 years, Dorset Police data breach involving child data, Canada Post large data breach, Klarna data breach caused by human error, EU and UK GDPR agents - clarification on when you need one, Irish Government departments data breach statistics, GDPR celebrates its 3rd Bir…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: NHS prepares for largest data grab in the history of NHS England, Postbox theft from GP surgery in Norwich, Matt Hancock issues directive for organisations to share data to help fight Covid-19, MyHome.ie data breach, Air India data breach, Microsoft offers users the option to keep data within the EU, UK GDPR issues…
 
Two match weeks have passed since our last episode, and plenty has happened! Scott, Joris and Ben discuss Club Brugge finally winning in the playoff round, Genk keeping the pressure on, Mechelen and Gent pushing to win PO2. They also discuss the new managers announced at Waasland-Beveren and Charleroi, as well as looking at the recently announced R…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Cyberattack on US Fuel Pipeline, Cyberattack on Irish Health Service, Whatsapp privacy notice update, Hamburg DPA orders Whatsapp not to share with Facebook, Canadian company fined for not having EU Agent for GDPR, Brent Council councillors have not had mandatory GDPR training, Covid-19 Vaccination Passports propos…
 
Seraing are promoted! Ben, Joris and Scott look back over a crazy second leg of the relegation play off in which the team from 1B gained promotion, while also looking back at another goal glut in the play-offs. The trio also talk about the COVID controversy around the newly promoted teams, Antwerp sporting director leaving, 1B licencing and a great…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Amazon data breach exposes fake product reviews, Disqus faces penalty for GDPR breaches, Concerns around GDPR and website 3rd Party Plugins, GDPR breach found in NHS Covid-19 vaccination booking website, Guinness Raise the Bar initiative provides free Covid-19 tracking app, Fines for emailing unencrypted Excel spre…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Covid-19 Vaccination Certificates set for introduction this summer, HMRC late filing penalty notices data breach, Croydon MP accused of data breach in local election campaign, Reverb data breach, DigitalOcean data breach, Click Studio data breach, Sinn Fein GDPR breaches rumble on, DPC under fire from Irish politic…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Covid-19 employer data survey, ICO provides details of penalties issued in 2020, Extra-territorial scope of GDPR given further clarification, Facebook internal memo sets out policy for future data breaches, Sinn Fein questioned by DPC over use of Facebook data, Dominos Pizza India data breach, Parkmobile data breac…
 
Well the regular season wrapped up in dramatic fashion, with both Waasland-Beveren and Mouscron battling it out to give themselves a second shot at survival through the relegation play-off. The trio talk through a dramatic final day, as well as implications going forward for the now relegated Mouscron, as well as what will happen with Charleroi as …
 
Coming up in this week's episode: EU-UK Data Adequacy decision moves one step closer, GDPR hindering sharing of Covid-19 research data, Irish DPC issues statement re Facebook, Estate Agents virtual property viewings - a data breach waiting to happen? Uber dismissal algorithm challenged in court in Amsterdam and London, Android and iOS issue guidanc…
 
Just one more round of the regular season to go, with the penultimate matchday certainty not holding back on drama! Scott, Joris and Ben look back on a weekend of matches where Cercle Brugge confirmed their safety, Anderlecht moved into the top four and both Mouscron and Beveren look ahead to a final matchday in which the relegation positions will …
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Update on Covid-19 Vaccine Passports, EU/UK Data Adequacy Decision - is the EU dragging its heels on ratification? Facebook data breach update, LinkedIn data breach exposes details of 500 million members, NHS Scotland freedom of information request shows the scale of data breaches, US Universities affected by Accce…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Pubs annoyed at extra data collection requirements after Covid, Vaccine Passports - are they the future for hospitality? ICO rules DPIA essential if employers ask staff for mandatory Covid-19 tests, Age Appropriate Design Code update, Booking.com fined for not notifying DPA of data breach within required 72 hours, …
 
Coming up in this week's episode: BA digital vaccination passports, John Whittingdale MP enters EU-UK GDPR adequacy debate, Fatface try to keep their data breach under wraps, Shell data breach, Israel elector data revealed in breach, Ireland Dept for Children suffers data breach, Transform Hospital Group face legal action after data breach, Apple b…
 
Our 50th episode is another special! Chris Lee, author of the soon to be published Origin Stories, joins us for a quick chat about the book and where Belgium fit in to the story of how football came to be. The book will be released on the 19th of April and charts footballs pioneers from multiple countries up to thr 1930 World Cup.…
 
The trio return for a shorter than usual episode, with international football on the horizon and no Pro League action for a few weeks, they focus on all the action from the previous weekend, including Anderlecht's impressive win over Zulte Waragem, a controversial game in Mouscron, as well as a cup final preview between Genk and Standard Liege.…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Birmingham City Council data breach exposes details of vulnerable children, Stuttgart FC data breach, Fastway Couriers data breach reveals details of over 400,000 customers, Irish DPC criticised by EU for not enforcing GDPR, UK hauliers must refresh their driver DVLA consent, Singapore update their data protection …
 
Despite a lack of games in the Pro League this weekend, there were plenty of talking points from within Belgian football. The trio talk about the long awaited return of Union St Gilloise, who ended a 48 year absence from the top flight this weekend. They also talk about the Croky Cup semi-finals, the Lommel v Westerlo clash in 1B and the two Pro Le…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Covid-19 Vaccination Passports take another step forward, UK hints at business-friendly changes to GDPR, Microsoft Exchange security flaw exposed, New Years Honours data breach, Williams F1 2021 car launch interrupted by data breach, Avon and Somerset Police pay £7000 in damages after data breach, Amca negotiates d…
 
In this weeks episode Ben, Joris and Scott once again look back at the weekends action, with a look at Gent v Ooostende and Antwerp v Kortrijk. They also talk about Wim de Decker's new job, the controversy in the Croky Cup, the state of Mouscron and look ahead to the upcoming cup semi-finals. This week we also look at the state of 1B, with USG on t…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: NHS found to not be using hospitality QR Code data as part of Track and Trace, European Medical Bodies issue agreement with UK/EU Data Adequacy, Gosport shop worker subject to Covid19 test data breach, Interview with Dawn Morton-Young, HR Consultant and founder of Employee Angels, Sita data breach affects Star Alli…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
Phil Healy's fourth place in the women's 400 metres has been the best Irish result so far at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Torun.Nadia Power reached the semi-finals of the women's 800, with Mark English and 18-year-old Cian McPhillips doing the same in the men's 800. Sarah Lavin has a Sunday semi-final coming in the women's 60 hurd…
 
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