EU Court decides on two major “right to be forgotten” cases: there are no winners here
Despite widespread reporting that two recent rulings on the “right to be forgotten” represent a victory for Google and free expression, concerns remain about human rights and the power of private companies to decide how content is discovered online.
Only a year until the GDPR becomes applicable: Is Europe ready?
The data protection regulation is aimed at protecting users’ rights and bringing harmony to the law across Europe. But will it do that?
It’s 2017. Where are your digital rights?
A look back at the battle for digital rights in 2016, and our five “resolutions” for the year ahead.
In India, the “right to be forgotten” is in the hands of the Delhi High Court
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Civil Society Groups Set the Record Straight on “Right to be Forgotten”
A coalition 11 European and international digital rights groups submitted a letter to the Google Advisory Council to set the record straight about the so-called “right to be forgotten” and to address misrepresentations of a recent European Court of Justice ruling.