Tag archives: right to be forgotten

CCPA extends “right to deletion” to California residents

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightFollowing Europe’s lead and some recent high profile scandals involving the use of personal information, California passed the California Consumer Privacy Act which goes into effect on January 1, 2020. (You can find our coverage of it here.) The law, the first of its kind in the US, is an omnibus privacy law for the … Continue reading

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

California enacts “Right to be Forgotten” for Minors

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightFollowing Europe’s recognition of the “right to be forgotten” online, California has enacted its own version of the requirement, though limited to the state’s residents who are minors under 18 (“Minors”). The California law (Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §§ 22580-81), which became effective January 1, 2015, applies to websites, social media sites, mobile apps … Continue reading
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