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The Right to be Forgotten

By: Paul Lambert
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Published: 25-04-2019
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 352
ISBN: 9781526510105
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP : £165.00
 

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About The Right to be Forgotten

The Right to be Forgotten is one of the most publicised areas of the GDPR and has received massive worldwide publicity following judicial and legal developments in Europe.

The book covers the Right to be Forgotten, Erasure and Forgetting, Data Protection, GDPR, the Data Protection Act 2018 and Brexit. The Google Spain case received worldwide media attention and legal interest, and cases and disputes on the Right to be Forgotten are increasing.

Brexit issues in relation to data protection and the Right to be Forgotten are considered in this new title as a relevant component that may affect some of the contours of this new and expanding legal right.

Table Of Contents

Part 1
Introduction
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Background
Chapter 3: Google Spain

Part 2
GDPR Right to Be Forgotten
Chapter 4: Introduction
Chapter 5: The GDPR
Chapter 6: The Right
Chapter 7: The Grounds
Chapter 8: Additional Obligations
Chapter 9: Exemptions
Part 3
National and Caselaw Examples
Chapter 10: National Caselaw
Chapter 11: EU and International Caselaw
Part 4
Plaintiff
Chapter 12: The Potential Plaintiffs
Chapter 13: Plaintiff Remedies
Chapter 14: The Plaintiff Action
Part 5
Defendant/Respondent/Intervener
Chapter 15: The Defendant/Respondent
Chapter 16: Defences
Chapter 17: The Intervener

Part 6
Media Issues
Chapter 18: Newspapers
Chapter 19: Broadcasters
Chapter 20: Other Claims to Media Status

Part 7
Additional Options
Chapter 21: Rectification
Chapter 22: Restriction of processing
Chapter 23: Notification obligation regarding rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing

Part 8
Impact, Commentary and Future
Chapter 24: Impact
Chapter 25: Commentary
Chapter 26: Future Issues

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