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Hogan Lovells Partner Considers Impact of Europe’s “Right to be Forgotten”

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

12 September 2014
The “Right to be Forgotten” ruling issued by the European Court of Justice in May 2014 has been a key source of controversy this summer.  Much criticism has explored the impact of the ruling on freedom of expression and the right of access to information.  In an article published in the Privacy and Data Protection Journal, Eduardo Ustaran, Partner in Hogan Lovells’ Global Privacy and Information Management Practice, unpacks the wider implications of the ruling to focus on key legal-applicability considerations for businesses with subsidiaries in the EU.  The article also considers how the ruling will impact legislative debate on the forthcoming EU Data Protection Regulation.
Hogan Lovells Partner Considers Impact of Europe’s “Right to be Forgotten”

To Read “The Wider Effects of the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Case,” click here.

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