The House of Lords EU Sub-Committee on Home Affairs, Health and Education had a hearing earlier in the week about the European Court of Justice decision in the Google v González case, popularly known as the right to be forgotten ruling.
Witnesses at the first session were Neil Cameron, consultant; Chris Scott, Partner, Schillings; Jennie Sumpster, Senior Associate, Schillings; and Jim Killock, Executive Director, Open Rights Group.
Friday, July 04, 2014
House of Lords evidence session on CJEU Google ruling
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Labels: CJEU, Gonzalez, Google, right to be forgotten
Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Health Committee hearing on handling of health data
Video of UK Parliament Health Committee hearing on handling of health data and the proposed care.data scheme now due to be rolled out in "pathfinder" pilots in the autumn.
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Sunday, June 29, 2014
Twitter seems to be unstable and/or inaccessible for a couple of days. But then so is my Virgin Media connection so maybe the two are related?
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Labels: Virgin Media problems again
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