Giving European citizens the data protection rules they deserve

The Court decision highlights the urgency of reform. The ruling on the right to be forgotten is a milestone in the enforcement of European citizens' fundamental right to data protection. The Court had to step in and take a stance because Europe lacks modern data protection rules that are fit for the internet age.

Country: EU

Domains: Privacy

Stakeholder: European Bodies

Tags: right to be forgotten, Martine Reicherts, European Court of Justice, European Commission, General Data Protection Regulation, reform, data protection, privacy

Posted on Monday 22 September 2014

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