This thematic digest look at a selection of examples of final One-Stop-Shop decisions taken from the EDPB’s public register.
right to be forgotten
The Italian Supreme Court held that an Italian court or competent data protection authority has jurisdiction to issue a global delisting order.
A man launched proceedings over the Data Protection Commission's failure to investigate the Church's refusal to destroy records it has about him.
If someone asks for links to be removed from Google because they are false, the company must look into the claim, said an adviser to the European Court of Justice.
Slovenian Administrative Court upholds the decision of the Slovenian SA: the right of erasure does not enable an individual to have his personal data erased from Baptismal Register.
On 14 July 2020, the Belgian DPA imposed a fine of EUR600,000 on Google Belgium SA/NV (Google Belgium) for not respecting a Belgian resident’s right to be forgotten. This is the highest fine ever imposed by the Belgian DPA. The complainant, an executive at an unnamed large company, had requested the removal of 12 URLs […]
The removal of nearly 200 links from Google search in Germany about a princess’ drunken rampage in Scotland raises questions about who has the ‘right to be forgotten.’ In 2014, German princess Theodora Sayn-Wittgenstein, 27 at the time, attended the University of St Andrews’ charity Oktoberfest, got drunk, assaulted police officers and first responders, and […]