Title: FAQ on the Right to be Forgotten
Authors: Van Alsenoy, Brendan ×
Ausloos, Jef
Kuczerawy, Aleksandra #
Issue Date: 27-Sep-2014
Conference: Freedom not Fear location:Brussels date:27 September 2014
Abstract: In May of this year, the Court of Justice of the European Union decided that individuals can – under certain conditions – ask Google to stop referring to information about them. This ruling has sparked an unprecedented debate about the balance between privacy and freedom of expression online. It has also left many questions unanswered. The aim of this session is to exchange of ideas on some of the key issues; such as:
When should a person (not) have a right to have search results removed?
How should search engines balance the privacy of an individual against the public’s right to know?
How should search engines implement “the right to be forgotten” in practice? Should search results be removed globally or locally?
How can one minimise negative effects on the right to freedom of expression? What can we learn from the experience regarding copyright takedowns?
This session will be moderated by B. Van Alsenoy, J. Ausloos and A. Kuczerawy from the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT (KU Leuven – ICRI/CIR – iMinds)
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: AMa
Appears in Collections:Research Unit KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP)
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