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The Right to be Forgotten: Don't Forget the Rule of Law! Εκτύπωση E-mail

On 10 July, the Working Group on Information Exchange and Data Protection (DAPIX), in charge of the General Data Protection Regulation, worked on the regulation's Article 17, the “Right to be forgotten and erasure”. In this framework, the legislator must consider the harm to freedom of expression and information, harm which the law currently makes possible, and provide citizens with procedures that safeguard that freedom. La Quadrature du Net,


Google and the right to be forgotten – the truth is out there Εκτύπωση E-mail

After all of the noise surrounding the Google/Spain case, the “deletion” of search results, the paedophiles whose crimes would be washed away and the end of history, the reality of the case is slowly drifting into the media. By Joe McNamee, EDRi-gram newsletter - Number 12.13, 3 July 2014.


Google’s right to be forgotten – industrial scale misinformation? Εκτύπωση E-mail

When the European Court ruled on the Google Spain case, the press leaped on the decision as an example of the “right to be forgotten”. The Guardian explained that Google would “have to delete links to two pages on La Vanguardia’s website” and that “[l]egal experts said the ruling could give the go-ahead to deletion requests of material”. By Joe McNamee, EDRi-gram newsletter - Number 12.12, 18 June 2014.


Anniversary of Snowden revelations: The year we fight back Εκτύπωση E-mail

On 5 June 2013, the Guardian published Edward Snowden’s first documents. These showed that the NSA was using a secret court order to collect millions of customers’ phone calls of the US company Verizon. Snowden’s subsequent disclosures confirmed what many privacy activists were suspecting for a long time: that the US government and its allies are collecting every bit of information they can – including our communications, relationships and location. By Heini Järvinen, EDRi-gram newsletter - Number 12.11, 4 June 2014.


Google takes the first steps to comply with European Court ruling Εκτύπωση E-mail

The noise, misunderstandings and confusion about the alleged “right to be forgotten” has increased in amplitude since the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its ruling on the so-called “Google case”. Like a politician’s use of statistics, the phrase  “right to be forgotten” has been used by critics of privacy law like drunks use lampposts – “more for support than illumination”. By Heini Järvinen, EDRi-gram newsletter - Number 12.11, 4 June 2014.


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