One Year Later - The Intersection of Digital Strategy and Risk: Google Transparency, and the Right to be Forgotten

By Michael Versace – May 19, 2015
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May a year ago, data privacy laws and digital strategies took an interesting tact toward the rights of individuals to be known and or not known to Google search. On the heels of a case dating back to 2010 involving a Spanish citizen who filed a complaint with the National Data Protection Agency against a Spanish newspaper, Google Spain and Google Inc, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled on May 2014 that Google would not escape its responsibilities before European law when handling personal data by simply referring to itself as a search engine.


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