ECJ rules that Google can't be compelled to de-link EU right to be forgotten requests worldwide
The ECJ has been told that the ruling can only be enforced in EU member states
Google argues removing pages from search results would be 'rewriting history'
Seven out of ten boroughs unable to identify all personally identifiable information, warns M-Files
Right to be able to expunge embarrassing old social media posts proposed in new Data Protection Bill
The GDPR's definition of 'personal data' is so broad that it is causing concern across the IT industry
Consultation exercise over "flexibilities" permitted within GDPR
Calculators out as CNIL starts to tot-up the fines it plans to levy against Google
Poll by Ipsos MORI and TrustE also suggests that many believe the delinking of search results increases censorship
Right-to-be-forgotten absurdity goes into overdrive as Google is ordered to "forget" websites tracking right-to-be-forgotten removals
Jailed in 2007 over a £51m VAT scam, convicted fraudster Malcolm Edwards fails in bid to have news reports of his crimes erased
Forty terabytes of personal information is a lucrative resource, but can Google really exploit all of Dunnhumby's data?
French data protection regulator CNIL gives Google 15 days to comply with its 'right to be forgotten' demands
EU to ratchet-up fines over 'right to be forgotten' with penalties of up to two per cent of turnover
Who is the 'media professional' that demanded Google de-link four articles 'reporting embarrassing content he posted to the internet'?
UK outdone by France and Germany in requests to Google to de-link material