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Week 9-Digital Citizenship

When is it better not to know something?  What does it say about you when you truly believe ignorance really is bliss?  How instructive is it to know the extent of your digital tattoo? 1,589 more words

Digital Age Learning Experiences And Assessments (TIE 524)

Nuovo Regolamento Ue sulla privacy. Dal Garante la prima Guida applicativa

Il Garante per la privacy ha elaborato una prima Guida all’applicazione del Regolamento UE 2016/679 in materia di protezione dei dati personali.

La Guida traccia un quadro generale delle principali innovazioni introdotte dalla normativa e fornisce indicazioni utili sulle prassi da seguire e gli adempimenti da attuare per dare corretta applicazione alla normativa, già in vigore dal 24 maggio 2016 e che sarà pienamente efficace dal 25 maggio 2018. 133 more words

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'Right to be forgotten' /data protection laws and the internet referred to CJEU.

Update 23 May 2017 the Case is C-136/17 and the relevant  dossier (partially in Dutch) is here, on the unparalleled website of the Dutch foreign ministry. 190 more words

Conflict Of Laws /Private International Law

Facebook to Appeal Global Hate Speech Order in Austria

Facebook says it will appeal a controversial court order that requires it to impose an Austrian law worldwide, which critics warn will pose new dangers to free speech on the Internet. 569 more words


The GDPR and National Legislation: Relevant Articles for Private Platform Adjudication of “Right to Be Forgotten” Requests - Daphne Keller

In a recent blog post, I discussed the role of EU Member State laws in defining and enforcing the “Right to Be Forgotten” (RTBF) under the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 1,002 more words


The “Right to Be Forgotten” and National Laws Under the GDPR - Daphne Keller

The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in the spring of 2018, bringing with it a newly codified version of the “Right to Be Forgotten” (RTBF).  2,136 more words


Is India finally recognising "the right to be forgotten?"

In India, for the first time, Karnataka High Court has passed a judgment where it applied and accepted the principle of “Right to be forgotten” which was first recognised by the Court of Justice of the European Union. 810 more words

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