‘A landmark ruling of the European Union Court of Justice, in May of this year, held that it is Google’s responsibility to remove outdated or ‘irrelevant’ search results hosted by third parties. EU justice commissioner Viviane Reading praised the decision, hailing a “clear victory for the protection of personal data of Europeans”, while others have raised concerns over its implementation, fearing that it could mark a slippery slope toward online censorship.’
CPD hours 1.25
Date: 15th October 2014, 6.00-8.45pm
Location: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL
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