‘This one-day conference, made possible as a result of a kind donation from Hogan Lovells, will explore the implications of C-131/12 Google Spain; Google v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD), Mario Costeja González (2014), the Court of Justice of the European Union’s long awaited “right to be forgotten” case. Although directly focused on search engines, this key judgment has wider implications. Sessions will, therefore, explore not only the future of search engines’ data protection obligations but also the general shape of EU regulation of the internet, questions related to jurisdiction and applicable law and the historic pathway to the Google Spain judgment. Confirmed speakers/panellists include Professor Artemi Rallo Lombarte (former Director of the Spanish Data Protection Authority), William Malcolm (Senior Privacy Counsel at Google) and David Smith (UK Deputy Information Commissioner).’
Date: 27th March 2015
Location: University of Cambridge
Charge: See website for details
More information can be found here.