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Güleryüz & Partners | Turkey | 8 Sep 2022

Unutulma Hakkı

Her türlü verinin kayıt altına alınabildiği ve bir kere kayıt altına alındıktan sonra hızlı ve geniş paylaşım nedeniyle ortadan kaldırılmasının…
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Güleryüz & Partners | Turkey | 8 Sep 2022

Right to be Forgotten

In today's digital landscape, where all sorts of data can be recorded and removing such is incredibly hard due to rapid and wide information sharing…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 30 Jun 2022

TotalEnergies fined €1 million for GDPR breaches

The French data regulator found that TotalEnergies had breached GDPR rules around data subject rights, but stopped short of issuing an injunction due to the company’s compliance efforts during the investigation.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Spain, USA | 18 May 2022

Google slapped with €10 million GDPR fine

Spain’s data watchdog has issued its highest fine to date after finding that Google unlawfully transferred personal data to a US database.
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ACCRALAW | European Union | 18 May 2022

Remembering the Right to be Forgotten

Tech giant and search engine provider Google announced last 27 April 2022 that it will allow people to request for the deletion from its search…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Spain | 17 May 2022

Spanish data watchdog expands surveillance footage retention rules

The Spanish data regulator has found that an individual’s right of access to video surveillance footage in the context of a damages claim outweighed a supermarket’s obligation under national data laws to delete the data within one month.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany | 7 Apr 2022

ECJ could lay out new right to be forgotten procedure

A European Court of Justice adviser has suggested a fixed procedure that search engine operators and data subjects should undertake when they deal with allegations that inaccurate data has been listed on search results.
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Lexology PRO | Norway | 2 Mar 2022

Norway upholds Google’s refusal to delete search results

The Norwegian privacy appeals board has sided with the regulator and Google on a right to be forgotten case, refusing the claimant’s request to have his name deleted from search engine results relating to a prison sentence.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Germany | 14 Feb 2022

ECJ to tackle German fines clash

Europe’s highest court is set to confirm whether Germany’s data protection authorities need to be able to blame individual managers in order to impose GDPR fines.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Sweden | 1 Dec 2021

Swedish court upholds Google fine

A Swedish appeal court has ordered Google to pay 50 million kronor (€4.9 million) after finding it had illegally informed webmasters when it removed search results under the right to be forgotten.
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