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Three Things Not to be Forgotten about the GDPR’s “Right to be Forgotten”
Our experience in advising clients about GDPR and assisting them in the compliance process is that there are often misconceptions about the so-called “right to be forgotten”. The purpose of this post is to address some of these misconceptions.
- The “right to be forgotten” was not created by the GDPR
The GDPR replaced the EU’s 1995 Directive which provided in Article 12(b) that “Member States must guarantee every data subject the right to obtain from the controller: (…),… More