Zeller, Trakman, Walters and Rosadi, ‘The Right to be Forgotten – The EU and Asia Pacific Experience (Australia, Indonesia, Japan and Singapore)’

ABSTRACT
This article explores the right to be forgotten or otherwise known as the right to erasure in the EU and Asia Pacific. The right to be forgotten has quickly become an important concept of data protection law. It allows a person to request that their personal data and information be deleted or removed from an internet website. Subsequently, from the application of this right, a person has a level of their personal privacy protected over the internet. However, the acceptance and implementation of this right by Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Singapore and the EU varies. With the implementation of the EU General Regulation on Data Protection in May 2018, the right to be forgotten is well entrenched in the EU. This article investigates an issue of growing significance because of Australia’s engagement with these countries, accentuated by the use of the internet …

Zeller, Bruno and Trakman, Leon and Walters, Robert and Rosadi, Sinta, The Right to be Forgotten – The EU and Asia Pacific Experience (Australia, Indonesia, Japan and Singapore) (January 1, 2019). (2019) 1 European Human Rights Law Review 23; UNSW Law Research Paper No 19-2.

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