Right to be forgotten – updates & developments – Flash 10 2018
The so-called "Right to be Forgotten" has moved beyond its European roots to become debated in legislatures around the world. What will the implications be?
Right to be Forgotten, Delisting, Right to erasure
This flash session will cover recent developments within the so-called "Right to be Forgotten" in Europe and around the world, with particular emphasis on a report written for the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA) titled, "Information Not Found: The “Right to Be Forgotten” as an Emerging Threat to Media Freedom in the Digital Age."
After a brief presentation, the floor will be open for discussion and Q&A.
Since it is a 30-minute flash session, the organizer will present some key developments since last year's EuroDIG session, and then open the floor to discussion.
- Information Not Found: The “Right to Be Forgotten” as an Emerging Threat to Media Freedom in the Digital Age
- How ‘right to be forgotten’ puts privacy and free speech on a collision course
- Google Has to Hit Delete After Right to Be Forgotten Turns to Crime
- Google seeks to limit ‘right to be forgotten’ by claiming it’s journalistic
- The “Right to Be Forgotten”: Negotiating Public and Private Ordering in the European Union
- Google’s right to be forgotten – industrial scale misinformation?
- IFLA issues Statement on Right to be Forgotten
Michael J. Oghia – Independent consultant