Data Protection Update — July 2013
Welcome to the July edition of Stephenson Harwood’s Data Protection Update, a monthly bulletin on key developments in data protection law.
In this issue, the proposed ‘right to be forgotten’ is again addressed within the context of the guidance sought by the Spanish Audiencia Nacional from the European Court of Justice (ECJ).
Separately, there are further updates on the EU DP regulation, most notably the response from influential political figures to ensure the EU DP regulation remains firmly on the political agenda ahead of the elections of the European Parliament in May 2014. Stephenson Harwood also looks at other proposed amendments to the framework, including allowing national DPAs to have further discretion in imposing sanctions…
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