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The Right to Be Forgotten - An Explanation

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This is the first in a two-part post on the Right to be Forgotten. This post is part of our 101 series of posts, which seek to explain the issue at hand, and the next post shall address the issue and the debate surrounding it in more detail. 677 more words
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Dutch Google Spain ruling: More Freedom of Speech, Less Right To Be Forgotten For Criminals - Joran Spauwen and Jens van den Brink

Last week, the Court of Amsterdam in preliminary relief proceedings got a chance to shed light on the consequences of the much-discussed Google Spain (or  1,299 more words

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Debate under Focus; The Right to be Forgotten

For some years now, much has been written in newspapers, columns and online criticising the advancing Nanny State created by the British Government. With personal phones and tablets which can function as global tracking devices at the disposal of the everyday person, shocking statistics concerning the extents of CCTV usage and the shocking and ongoing hacking controversy, public rights to privacy are currently a hot, debated topic. 329 more words

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What Google is telling people who want to be forgotten

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Google is on the road in Europe, travelling with a merry band of enlisted experts from Madrid to Brussels via other major European cities. 441 more words

Google Has Tightened Its European Search De-Listing Request Process

Forget.me, an online service for Europeans wishing to submit de-listing requests to search engines asking for outdated or irrelevant personal information to be de-indexed, has put out new details of the nature of requests it is helping to process — shining a little more light onto what remains a relatively closed-box process at this nascent stage. 918 more words

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