Regulating the Collaborative Economy? by Vassilis Hatzopoulos

Collaborative platforms operate amidst self-regulation, public regulation and no regulation at all. While they spend a great amount of time and resources negotiating for lighter, favourable regulation with public regulators, fending off legal actions and defending themselves against incumbent firms, most platforms do support some regulation, essentially in the form of self-regulation. They do so for a number of reasons, including to a) protect their … Continuer de lire Regulating the Collaborative Economy? by Vassilis Hatzopoulos

L’impact du RGPD sur la mise en œuvre future du droit à l’oubli numérique, par Olivia Tambou

Abstract: This post argues that the express introduction of the Right To Be Forgotten at Article 17 General Data protection Regulation (GDPR) brings limited added value because of the many compromises that conditioned its adoption. This first analysis must however be qualified in the light of other elements introduced by the GDPR, which have the potential to positively impact the future implementation of the Right … Continuer de lire L’impact du RGPD sur la mise en œuvre future du droit à l’oubli numérique, par Olivia Tambou

Implementing the Right To Be Forgotten: towards a co-regulatory solution ? by N. Zingales and A. Janczuck

Abstrat: In Google Spain, the CJEU established a so called “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) from the results of search engines for individuals claiming that the information available at a link prompted by a search for their name is “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant, or excessive”. This judgment is revolutionary not only for the far-reaching consequences of the principle it sets up, but also … Continuer de lire Implementing the Right To Be Forgotten: towards a co-regulatory solution ? by N. Zingales and A. Janczuck