Missed Opportunity: Dutch Supreme Court copy-pastes Google Spain Judgment – Jens van de Brink

6 05 2017

In a judgment dated 24 February 2017 the Dutch Supreme Court followed the grounds (of: considerations) of the Google Spain judgment of the EU Court of Justice regarding the right to be forgotten.  Read the rest of this entry »





Third Dutch Google Spain Ruling: convicted murderer does not have “right to be forgotten” – Emiel Jurjens

10 06 2015

Screen-Shot-2015-06-01-at-19.41.50-150x150The ground-breaking Costeja González judgment of the ECJ was followed in the Netherlands by several proceedings about the ‘right to be forgotten’. This was also the objective of recent preliminary relief proceedings brought by a convicted killer. Having served his term, he has been trying to erase all online links between his name and the crime. In these attempts he met with resistance from an interest group and the father of his victim, who make online publications about the murder. Read the rest of this entry »