Legal records and the ‘right to be forgotten’: Google Spain blog series and event

Professor Lorna Woods, University of Essex, has put together a fantastic panel of lawyers to digest and discuss the long-awaited ECJ judgment in the Google Spain case, which considers whether Google is required to remove links to a 15 year old legal notice in a Spanish newspaper, due to be handed down on 13 May. The event, on 20 May from 17:30, will be hosted by the Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism, City University London.

Current speakers include:

A series of posts about the judgment will be posted on the Human Rights Centre blog, and on on the CLJJ blog. The first post, by Lorna Woods, presents the background to the case, and highlights a number of the key issues.

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