On April 22, 2009, the Belgian Public Prosecutor ordered 17 Internet service providers (ISPs) to block access to a Dutch website (www.kinderporno.nl) that was disclosing the names and locations of individuals suspected of pedophile crimes. The order was based on a violation of the prohibition of processing sensitive data, in particular judicial data, on the violation of an individual’s right to be forgotten, and on the risk of invasion of the victims’ privacy. Interestingly, privacy and data protection concerns seem to have prevailed over other fundamental rights such as freedom of expression. The DPA press release is available (in French) here