Spain — a new front in Google's data protection battle
Olswang’s Madrid team reports on the Spanish Data Protection Authority’s recent ruling on Google’s autocomplete function. The case, and similar complaints against Google elsewhere in Europe, raises a host of issues including the territorial reach of EU privacy law, defamation, freedom of expression and the bounds of intermediary liability.
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