Court of Justice of the European Union

On September 24, 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union released its judgments in cases C-507/17, Google v. CNIL and C-136/17, G.C. and Others v. CNIL regarding (1) the territorial scope of the right to be forgotten, and (2) the conditions in which individuals may exercise the right to be forgotten in relation to links to web pages containing sensitive data.
Continue Reading CJEU Rules “Right to be Forgotten” on Google Limited to the EU in Landmark Case

On January 10, 2019, Advocate General Szpunar of the Court of Justice of the European Union issued an Opinion in the case of Google v. CNIL, which is currently pending before the CJEU. In its Opinion, the Advocate General provided his views concerning the territorial scope of the right to be forgotten under the EU Data Protection Directive.
Continue Reading Advocate General Finds Search Engine Operators May Limit the Scope of Right to Be Forgotten to the EU

On July 31, 2018, the Supreme Court of Ireland granted Facebook, Inc.’s leave to appeal a lower court’s ruling sending a privacy case to the Court of Justice of the European Union. In granting Facebook leave to appeal, the Supreme Court noted that “[i]t is in the interest of justice” that the Court hear its arguments. The hearing will take place within the next five months.
Continue Reading Supreme Court of Ireland to Review Facebook Privacy Case