In This Issue:

- European Court of Justice Strengthens the Right to Be Forgotten

- California AG Offers Best Practices for Do Not Track Disclosures; Crucial Compliance Questions Left Unanswered

- Snap Judgment: FTC Alleges Snapchat Did Not Keep Its Privacy and Security Promises, But Suggests Broad New Duty in the Process

- French Consumer Association Takes on Internet Giants

- “Do You Want to Know a Secret?” The Risks Posed by Anonymous Social Apps

- Excerpt from European Court of Justice Strengthens the Right to Be Forgotten:

In a groundbreaking decision against Google, the European Court of Justice (ECJ)—the EU’s highest court—has embraced the “right to be forgotten,” creating significant implications for global companies.

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Topics:  Data Protection, Do Not Track, ECJ, EU, FTC, Internet, Personally Identifiable Information, Privacy Policy, Right to Be Forgotten, SnapChat, Social Media

Published In: Antitrust & Trade Regulation Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, International Trade Updates, Privacy Updates

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