Author Archives: © Alessandro Mantelero

NSA: The Google request

UNITED STATES FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE COURT W ASHJNGTON, D.C. IN RE AMENDED MOTION FOR DECLARATORY JUDGMENT OF GOOGLE INC.’S FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHT TO PUBLISH INFORMATION ABOUT FISA ORDERS ) ) ) ) ) ) Docket No. Misc. 13-03 AMENDED MOTION … Continue reading

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Competitive value of data protection: the impact of data protection regulation on online behaviour

Abstract The increasing demand from individuals to have their privacy respected or to take decisions about the management of their information assumes a significant role in business activities and it becomes an important element for building public trust in service … Continue reading

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The EU Proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation and the roots of the ‘right to be forgotten’

Abstract The EU Proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation has caused a wide debate between lawyers and legal scholars and many opinions have been voiced on the issue of the right to be forgotten. In order to analyse the … Continue reading

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The right to be forgotten partially erased in the new draft of the EU Proposal on Data Protection

Article 17 of the EU Proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation offered a more analytical definition of the right to erasure provided by Article 12 of the Directive 95/46/CE. This provision has been misunderstood by many commentators and interpreted … Continue reading

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