No ‘right to be forgotten’ says CJEU AG

Posted On July 31, 2013
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The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the EU has concluded there is no ‘right to be forgotten’ under the present EU law.

According to the  AG’s opinion in the ‘Spanish Google case’, the right does not exist in the present EU Data Protection Directive.

The final decision of the CJEU is awaited before the end of the year, probably at a time when the proposed EU Data Protection Regulation will still be under discussion.

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