‘The Right To Be Forgotten back in the CJEU: Court Judgments on the territorial scope of de-referencing; and sensitive personal data’

“Following on from the Advocate General Opinions published on 10 January (which I wrote about here), yesterday the Court of Justice released its decisions in two cases concerning internet search engines and the right to be forgotten. The decisions primarily concern the repealed Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC, but they refer extensively to the GDPR and have potentially important implications for its application. The Court states in each case that it has examined the questions referred to it in light of both the Directive and the GDPR ‘in order to ensure that its answers will be of use to the referring court in any event’ …” (more)

[Ian Helme, Inforrm’s Blog, 27 September]

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