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WP29 Guidance on the right to be forgotten « Privacy and information law blog. Posted on December 18th, 2014 by On 26 November the Article 29 Working Party (“WP29“) issued WP225 (the “Opinion“).

WP29 Guidance on the right to be forgotten « Privacy and information law blog

Part I of the Opinion provides guidance on the interpretation of the Court of Justice of the European Union ruling on Google Spain and Inc v the Spanish Data Protection Authority and Mario Costeja Gonzalez (the “Ruling“) and in part II the WP29 provides a list of common criteria that the European Regulators would take into account when considering right to be forgotten (“RTBF“) related complaints from individuals. The Opinion is in line with the Ruling but it further elaborates on certain legal and practical aspects of it and it offers, as a result, an invaluable insight into European Regulators’ vision of the future of the RTBF.

Some of the main ‘take-aways’ are highlighted below: 20140918_wp29_press_release_97th_plenary_cjeu_google_judgment__17sept_adopted.pdf. Wp225_en. Article 29 Working Party right to be forgotten guidelines.  Vidéosurveillance : pas d’exception pour activité personnelle   EU Data Protection Authority Adopts Guidelines on the Implementation of the Right to be Forgotten. 25 Things You Should Know About Storytelling. 1.

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