The Application of the Right to Be Forgotten in Spain, by Miquel Peguera

Spain is an interesting country when it comes to the so-called ‘right to be forgotten’ (RTBF). After all, the famous CJEU judgment recognizing this right in relation to search engines stemmed from a request for a preliminary ruling made by a Spanish court (the Audiencia Nacional, AN) following a procedure initiated before the Spanish Data Protection Authority (DPA) by a Barcelona citizen, Mario Costeja González. … Continuer de lire The Application of the Right to Be Forgotten in Spain, by Miquel Peguera

Three years after the Google Spain v. Costeja Case: Quo Vadis? Introductory remarks by Olivia Tambou

Comme toute conférence, il faut commencer par des propos introductifs et annoncer le programme. Bonne lecture et n’hésitez pas à mettre des commentaires ou à nous contacter si vous souhaitez réagir plus longuement par un post. Abstract: These introductory remarks question the nature of the Right To Be Forgotten (RTBF) introduced in European Law and present an initial state of the implementation of the Google … Continuer de lire Three years after the Google Spain v. Costeja Case: Quo Vadis? Introductory remarks by Olivia Tambou

Launch of our e-conference on the right to be forgotten in Europe and beyond at 12:30 pm

On the third anniversary of Google Spain Blogdroiteuropéen wishes to take stock of the current situation and assess the impact of this famous judgment which is often said to have consecrated a right to be forgotten. Many of you have responded to our call for contributions for this first e-conference and we are very thankful. Your enthousiasm confirms the interest and expectations concerning this topic, which raises many … Continuer de lire Launch of our e-conference on the right to be forgotten in Europe and beyond at 12:30 pm