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There is a tendency to blur the line between a right to privacy and personal data protection, but these two rather recent concepts do not necessarily cover the same issues.
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To widespread surprise, in May 2014 the European Court of Justice ruled in favour of the right to be forgotten.
Spearheaded in 2012 by Viviane Reding, former Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for Justice, (...)
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