This book is for legal practitioners, privacy professionals, data protection officers, organisations that handle personal data and anyone interested in the law that governs the control of personal information, in particular the aspect of erasure.
The different components that make up the right to be forgotten are explained and key questions answered, such as the legal basis for making erasure requests, and the possible exemptions from complying. The judgment that established the right to be forgotten is examined in detail, as well as some important cases that have followed.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Melissa Stock is a barrister at Normanton Chambers practising in data, privacy and information law. She advises and represents individuals, companies, public bodies and non-governmental organisations in all areas of privacy and data protection. Melissa also advises on data governance issues and the use of data more broadly in a policy and international context. She writes a blog and produces podcasts.
Chapter One - Introduction
Chapter Two - Privacy and Data Protection
Chapter Three - The General Data Protection Regulations and the Data Protection Act 2018
Chapter Four - The Right to be Forgotten Case
Chapter Five - Guidance from the European Data Protection Board on Delisting
Chapter Six - Practical issues
Chapter Seven - The Right to be Forgotten in the Courts
Chapter Eight - Remedies and Appeals
Chapter Nine - Brexit
Chapter Ten - Conclusion