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- A few notes about the Google case and the right to be forgotten
- NSA: The Google request
- Competitive value of data protection: the impact of data protection regulation on online behaviour
- The EU Proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation and the roots of the ‘right to be forgotten’
- The right to be forgotten partially erased in the new draft of the EU Proposal on Data Protection
- U.S. Concern about the European Right to Be Forgotten and Free Speech: Much Ado About Nothing?
- Data Protection in a Global World
- A working paper on Big Data
Author Archives: © Alessandro Mantelero
The decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union reopens the debate on the right to be forgotten (see Mantelero, 2013). The Court has affirmed: “As the data subject may, in the light of his fundamental rights under … Continue reading
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
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
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