NT1 + NT2 = Blogging to the Power of A Million (Words) – Panopticon

Posted April 16th, 2018 in data protection, internet, news by tracey

‘It has taken some time for the principles recognised – somewhat ambiguously – in Google Spain to be tested in the English courts. Although the so-called right to be forgotten has rarely left the public memory (at least of that wretched and spindly section of the public which is interested in data protection), taking on Google takes guts, money and an ability to overlook the risk of the Streisand effect. NT1 & NT2 v Google LLC [2018] EWHC 799 (QB) is the battle royale you have been waiting for. But if you want brevity, look elsewhere.’

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Panopticon, 13th Apil 2018

Source: panopticonblog.com