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Top 10 International Privacy Developments of 2014

  The CJEU “Right to be Forgotten” Ruling.  In May 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) delivered an important judgement in a referral from Spain’s National High Court involving Google, a Spanish national, and the Spanish data protection authority (Case C-131/12).  The CJEU’s decision re-interpreted European data protection law to include … Continue Reading

German Support for Czech Court Decision is a Further Setback for EU Data Retention Directive

On Tuesday the German Working Group on Data Retention endorsed the Czech Constitutional Court’s decision to annul a Czech data retention law.  The Czech court held that the law, which included a blanket obligation on telecommunication companies to retain Czech citizens’ telephone, mobile phone, e-mail and Internet access records, was incompatible with Czech citizens’ fundamental right … Continue Reading