Global Right to be Forgotten: Delisting, why CNIL is wrong – Daphne Keller

22 11 2016

cnil-googleThe French Data Protection Agency, CNIL, is currently before a French court, arguing that Google needs to do more to comply with “Right to Be Forgotten” or “Right to Be Delisted” (RTBD) laws. The EU’s highest court, the CJEU, defined the search engine’s obligations in the 2014 Google Spain v. Costeja case, ruling that Google must comply with requests to remove links from the results it displays when people search for the requester by name. Read the rest of this entry »





Case Law, France: X v Google France and Google Inc, Court orders “delisting” of story alleging links to a sex scandal

17 06 2016

0901_google_BIGIn the case of X v Google France and Google Inc (Judgment of 13 May 2016), the Tribunal de grand instance de Paris ordered Google Inc to remove a link to a URL of a blog accusing the applicant of being linked to a sex scandal. Read the rest of this entry »





Google and the “Right to delist”: where are we now?

15 06 2016

EraseThe decision in Google Spain gave data subjects the “right to delist” – to require search engines to remove links to personal data which was “inadequate, irrelevant or excessive”. Google’s transparency report shows that it has received 53,913 removal requests relating to 202,846 URLs from individuals with relationships to the UK.  It has removed a total of 78,704 URLs or 38.8%. Read the rest of this entry »





Google Spain: French data protection authority rejects Google appeal

23 09 2015

cnil-googleThe French data protection authority, the CNIL, has dismissed an internal administrative appeal by Google Inc against its ruling that the decision in Google Spain requires delisting on all versions of the search engine, including google.com. Read the rest of this entry »