Right to Be Forgotten

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Important Issues are yet to be corrected in the Right to be Forgotten

The recognition by the European Union of a “Right to be Forgotten” has caused much controversy, but seemingly progress is being made. The Right, which entitles Europeans to petition data controllers to prevent harmful...more

Celebrating Privacy Awareness Week: Asia Pacific data privacy update - May 2016

The past few months have seen many substantial and interesting developments in data privacy laws and practices across the Asia Pacific region, including significant enforcement activity in Singapore and Hong Kong, important...more

How to Prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”) was adopted by the EU Parliament last April 14, 2016. The GDPR will replace the EU Data Protection Directive (95/46/EC), which was implemented more than 20 years ago....more

Recent Amendments to the Russian Personal Data Protection Legislation: The Right to be Forgotten

On July 13, 2015, the Russian President signed Federal Law No. 264-FZ (the Law), which introduced a range of amendments into Russian legislation (the Amendments). In particular, the principle of the “right to be forgotten”, a...more

US Companies Face Increasing Privacy Challenges in Europe

In two independent and much-anticipated events, separate EU entities took actions which will continue to complicate the ability of US companies to do business in Europe. Privacy Shield Provisions Found Lacking by Working...more

French Data Protection Wants to Force Google to Extend the Right To Be Delisted to All the Search Engine’s Extensions

On March 10, 2016, the French data protection agency (« CNIL ») pronounced a €100.000 ($111,715) fine against Google Inc. for failure to comply with its formal injunction of May, 2015 ordering the company to extend delisting...more

Update on the UK’s Information Commissioner, IP Addresses and Russia’s ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Laws

With the Privacy Shield, the Umbrella Agreement and the GDPR capturing significant attention, it would be easy to overlook some of the other important developments that have taken place in the data protection sphere. We have...more

Erin Andrews Is Good Example of Fighting Back

A jury just awarded Erin Andrews $55 million against the man that filmed her without permission through the peephole of her hotel room and the hotel where they both stayed. The videos of a nude Andrews that were...more

News of Note for the Internet-Minded – 3/9/16

A virtual reality refresher course; Google and privacy concerns; Snapchat visits the dugout; WeChat has some homework for Chinese student; and more…...more

Google to Honor EU Privacy Requests Globally

In a huge concession, Google has agreed to apply globally the "right to be forgotten" take-down requests of EU residents. Officially, Google says the 2014 EU privacy requirement should apply only to EU-directed services such...more

News of Note for the Internet-Minded – 2/12/16

Amazon adjusts its TOS to account for a zombie apocalypse; Apple and Facebook ponder different roads for VR and its devices; the BBC will scan your face to see how you feel about what you’re viewing; and more…...more

International Data Privacy: How to Navigate the Challenges

Hardly a day goes by when the news doesn't include some privacy-related story or scandal. To name just a few recent examples, we've seen: ..Highly publicized losses of customer credit card data by household-name...more

Plaster of Paris: US Companies Get Wrapped in EU Data Privacy Rules

Have any data on people in the UK or France? New EU data privacy rules will be setting de facto global standards that will apply to US companies, like it or not. Europe’s lawmakers have given a preview of the new...more

EU Data Protection Reform Will Force Big Changes Globally

Earlier this week, on December 15, 2015, EU officials approved the text of new data privacy regulations after nearly four years of discussions. The EU-wide bill, which will supersede what is now known as the EU Data...more

GDPR Text Approved

On December, 17, 2015, following the announcement that European officials had agreed on the language of the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR” or “Regulation”), the EU Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee...more

EU Reaches Agreement on New Privacy Regulations

The European Commission has announced final agreement on the General Data Protection Regulation, the EU-wide data protection framework that will replace the current fragmented structure under the nearly 20-year-old Data...more

European Union Reaches Agreement on Data Protection Law Reform

On December 15, 2015, the European Union reached an agreement on the final text of the new General Data Protection Regulation. The Regulation will replace the 1995 Data Protection Directive, which is currently the basis for...more

EU Officials (Finally) Agree on New Data Protection Regulation

After nearly four years of negotiation and wrangling, European Officials announced yesterday that they had finally reached agreement on the language for the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (“Regulation), which...more

The General Data Protection Regulation in Bullet Points

The new General Data Protection Regulation is effectively a “done deal” following the final trilogue meeting on December 15. One might assume based on UK media coverage that the biggest change in EU privacy law is that kids...more

European Union Agrees on Data Protection Reform

Christmas came early for the European Commission, as a multi-year effort to reform the continent’s aging data protection framework was finally agreed upon with the European Parliament and Council, which will significantly...more

Important Decision On Applicable Data Protection Law

After the controversial Google Spain decision (which besides the right to be forgotten also dealt with applicable law rules), the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) handed down another important – and yet again rather...more

New Ground-Breaking CJEU Decision On Applicable Data Protection Law

After the controversial Google vs. Spain decision (which besides the right to be forgotten also dealt with applicable law rules), the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) handed down another important – and yet again rather...more

Erasure Laws Don’t Equal Right to be Forgotten

We have previously blogged about the “right to be forgotten,” which has gained a substantial foothold in Europe, and which one nonprofit consumer group has urged the Federal Trade Commission to adopt. While that “right”...more

Privacy & Cybersecurity Update - September 2015

Adviser to European Court of Justice Says US-EU Safe Harbor Should Be Declared Invalid - An advisory opinion issued by the advocate general to the European Court of Justice states that the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor should be...more

Google and the Right to be Forgotten: The French Data Protection Authority Takes the Matter Further

On June 12, 2015 the French Data Protection Authority (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés – CNIL) issued a notice ordering Google to draw all the consequences of the CJEU May 13, 2014 ruling and to apply...more

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