Right to be Forgotten Principle, Controversy and Practicality in the Digital Age
Right to be Forgotten Principle, Controversy and Practicality in the Digital Age

Right to be Forgotten: Principle, Controversy and Practicality in the Digital Age

Over the last number of years, the global legal landscape regarding an individual’s right to be forgotten in the digital world has evolved significantly. Recent events continue to raise many controversial issues and challenges for policy makers, data protection authorities and search engines alike. How should individuals’ requests for delisting of information, which may affect their reputation, be handled? Who should receive and process such requests? Under what circumstances and how should they be implemented? Is delisting acceptable or appropriate? What is the potential impact on the freedom of expression? This panel debate will seek to address these fundamental issues.

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Director, Privacy and Data Protection at Promontory

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