One of the complex questions the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) must answer in 2013 relates to the legal status of search engines, Baker & McKenzie’s Yann Padova and Denise Lebeau-Marianna report for The Privacy Advisor. Using one case they describe as an example of a “burgeoning trend in Europe transforming regulations on data protection into an instrument used for removing information thought unfavorable or unsuitable by the data subjects, ” the authors examine the push-and-pull between the right to be forgotten and freedom of speech.
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