Tag Archives: Forgotten

Power-Lest it Should Be Forgotten

Yik Chan Chin and Changfeng Chen, Internet Governance: Exploration of Power Relationship, 1 Chinese Law eJournal 34 (2018). Herbert Burkert There is a relatively new SSRN source I have found to be very useful: the Chinese Law e-Journal sponsored by the University of … Continue reading

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Swedish court holds that Google can be only ordered to undertake limited delisting in right to be forgotten cases

A while ago the Swedish Data Protection Authorityrequested Google to delist a search query relating to an individual’s name and also that relevant search results would be delisted globally (ie for all country versions of its search engine) in respect … Continue reading

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Google loses landmark ‘right to be forgotten’ case in UK

The Guardian: “A businessman has won his legal action to remove search results about a criminal conviction in a landmark “right to be forgotten” case that could have wide-ranging repercussions. The ruling was made by Mr Justice Warby in London … Continue reading

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Challenges Around the Right to Be Forgotten in Canada

This past Friday, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada released a draft position on online reputation which includes a call for several measures that help protect Canadians, including the right to ask search engines to de-index web pages and … Continue reading

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