Google's Obligation to De-index Constitutional Court Decisions Published in the Spanish Official Journal
Title: Google's Obligation to De-index Constitutional Court Decisions Published in the Spanish Official Journal
Citation: Privacy, Laws & Business, International Report, 2012, 120, 27-30
This article examines the both the premises and effects of the landmark decision, adopted in March 2012 by Spanish data protection authority (DPA), by which the DPA recognised itself as competent to require Google to de-index Constitutional Court judgments published in the Spanish official journal. Previously, Spanish citizens were usually unsuccessful in requesting Google to remove information included in the Spanish official journal, since the Spanish DPA believed that it was the Spanish Constitutional Court and not itself the competent authority to enforce such claim.
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