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Right to be forgotten

A convicted German murderer won the right to have all mention of his crime scrubbed from internet search results under 'right to be forgotten' laws (Business Insider) A convicted murdered in Germany has the right to get all mention of his crime deleted from internet search results under the EU's "right to be forgotten" provision, Germany's highest court has ruled. The man was sentenced to life in jail in 1982 for murdering two people in 1981, and has tried to…

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Sunday Paper - Facebook, GDPR and Ireland, Racism, Brazilian Coffee, Mommy Blogging, Public Transportation and Princeton and the New York City Gateway Tunnel Project, New York City Commuter Tax

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Unexceptional Racism by Drew Downs At the root of American identity is an impossible paradox. A truth we wish could coexist so much, we would take up arms to defend it. We want to be exceptional and equal at the same time. But we can’t. It’s impossible. Sunday Paper is my personal collage of long-form articles, between 1,000 and 20,000 words, that I have saved during the weekend, that I found interesting and which I think require deep slow thinking.…

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Forgetting personal data and revoking consent under the GDPR: Challenges and proposed solutions

Forgetting personal data and revoking consent under the GDPR: Challenges and proposed solutions by Eugenia Politou, Efthimios Alepis, Constantinos Patsakis (Oxford Academic, Journal of Cybersecurity, Volume 4, Issue 1, 1 January 2018) The notion of consent revocation, or withdrawal, has also been brought into light recently, with many to argue for a right to revoke consent and for a more user friendly and personalized consent mechanism [71–72]. Indeed, when individuals’ are given the opportunity to grant consent to the use…

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Bird & Bird Guide to the General Data Protection Regulation

Bird & Bird guide to the General Data Protection Regulation by Bird & Bird The changes which are to be ushered in by the GDPR from Friday 25 May 2018 are substantial and ambitious. The Regulation is one of the most wide ranging pieces of legislation passed by the EU in recent years, and concepts to be introduced such as the ‘right to be forgotten’, data portability, data breach notification and accountability (to call out only a few) will take…

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Software Development and GDPR

Software Development and GDPR by OISIN HURLEY Are you in control of the presence of data in your database? Yes. It’s up to you to delete it when requested. Are you in control of the data on your hard drive? Yes. It’s up to you to delete it when requested. Are you in control of the operating system implementation or database implementation of deletion? No. Could you get the data back if you wanted to? Yes – but that’s not…

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