The Right to be Forgotten – special number of the International Review of Law, Computers and Technology

The Right to be Forgotten – special number of the International Review of Law, Computers and Technology

International Review of Law, Computers and Technology Volume 30, Issue 1-2, 2016

On forgetting, deleting, de-listing and starting afresh!
Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici and Albert J Verheij

The Italian perspective of the right to oblivion
Maria Angela Biasiotti and Sebastiano Faro

Germany’s ‘Right to be forgotten’ – between the freedom of expression and the right to informational self-determination
Claudia Kodde

The right to be forgotten – a Dutch perspective
AJ Verheij

Narratives about privacy and forgetting in English law
Patrick O’Callaghan and Sylvia de Mars

A historian’s view on the right to be forgotten
Antoon De Baets

Catches to the right to be forgotten, looking from an administrative law perspective to data processing by public authorities
AM Klingenberg

The right to be forgotten – private law enforcement
TFE Tjong Tjin Tai

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