Law, Justice and Journalism

Google Spain: Blog Roundtable and Panel Debate

In Events, Law, Uncategorized on May 12, 2014 at 2:09 pm

On 13 May, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Justice is due to hand down its long-awaited judgment on Google Spain. This case raises several interesting human rights issues, including the concept of a ‘right to be forgotten’. Over the next few days we will post reactions to the judgment by different commentators. Today’s first post, by Lorna Woods, presents the background to the case, and highlights a number of the key issues.

On 20 May, the Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism (CLJJ) and the Human Rights Centre at Essex University will hold a panel debate at City University London to debate the implications of the judgement.

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