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Right (not) to be forgotten in the companies register – an update from the CJEU

Although strictly speaking not an IP matter, the right to be forgotten has entertained IP “cousin” blogs, journals and academics. Hence, a little update from the data protection sector would not harm. 774 more words

Preferences v Consent: Getting Data Protection Right for Charities

Understanding the ‘what’, ‘when’, ‘why,’ ‘where’ and ‘who’ of consent will not only help protect your charity; it will also give you an opportunity to deepen engagement with supporters. 1,735 more words

Data Science

BigID CEO Dimitri Sirota Discusses GDPR (Podcast)

Preston and I had the pleasure of speaking with BigID CEO Dimitri Sirota about General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and what it means to American businesses. 288 more words

Ken Hess

New York's 'unconstitutional' right to be forgotten bill sparks concern

New York state politicians have introduced a right-to-be-forgotten bill that would require the removal of some online statements about others. To be exact, statements that are judged “inaccurate”, “irrelevant”, “inadequate” or “excessive.” 886 more words

Privacy

STATE SEN BILL TO SUPPRESS FREE SPEECH: REMOVE INACCURATE, IRRELEVANT STATEMENTS FROM INTERNET

Zero Hedge: “In a bill aimed at securing a “right to be forgotten,” introduced by Assemblyman David I. Weprin and (as Senate Bill 4561 by state Sen. 404 more words

Politics