Tag archives: personal data

Google challenges applicability of CNIL’s “right to be forgotten” order to domain extensions outside the EU

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightIn a recent blog post, reflecting on Google’s ongoing dispute with France’s CNIL about the scope of the “right to be forgotten,” Peter Fleisher, Google’s Global Privacy Counsel, announced that Google will maintain its position that that company would not comply with the CNIL’s formal notice dated May 21, 2015 to implement individuals’ requests to … Continue reading

China’s proposed Cyber Security Law to have far reaching consequences for businesses operating in the country

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightOn July 6, 2015, China’s top legislative body – the National People’s Congress – published a draft Cyber Security Law that, if enacted in its current form, will have far-reaching consequences for businesses operating in China. The draft expressly provides that the law will apply equally to both Chinese and international businesses.… Continue reading

UK Court of Appeal Establishes Data Protection Rights in Privacy Case

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightA recent English Court of Appeal judgment could significantly broaden the circumstances in which data protection litigation can be brought – and damages can be awarded – under English law. Background Vidal-Hall et al v Google ([2015] EWCA Civ 311) involves claims brought by three individual users against Google. The users alleged that Google collected private … Continue reading
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