Diritto all’oblio

Right To Be Forgotten

(Right to be forgot) loc. sale m. Individual to be forgot and, in particular, to no longer be mention in relation to fact that have concern him in the past and that had been the subject of news. Away from Google. 

The European Court / establishes the “diritto all oblio gdpr” // [summary] Search engines forced by the judges to delete, upon request, the / “content that is no longer relevant”. But EU legislation is still / cumbersome. ( Foglio.it , 13 May 2014, Articles.

Viral Nature

The cradle of the “right to be forgot” is instead the Net and for this reason it has a viral nature. «It is a new law that is making its way among the classic ones. Oblivion is a literary word, a bit archaic, that nobody would use fluently except in joking terms.

Now it comes back into play in this new context and becomes neutral. An example of how the game is never over, in terms of language. And this could last a long time ». (Andrea Pasqualetto interviews Luca Serani, Corriere Della sera , 28 December 2014, p. 23). 

European Court Of Justice

Right to be forgot, the slap of / Google on France: no to / cancellation outside the EU. ( Repubblica.it , 30 July 2015, Technology). Terrorism cannot be cancel. The Privacy Guarantor has rejected the appeal of a former Italian terrorist on the removal by Google of the contents concerning his past. Subject of discussion, the right to be forgot. 

What can you do to protect yourself and to assert your rights if you want to remove a photo or video from the web. Here is what the law in Italy provides. In Italy there is the so-called Right to Oblivion. This is the right of each of us to request that we delete and remove the material present online that concerns us. This right was confirm by the European Court of Justice with a ruling of 13 May 2014.

Right to be forgot: how it change with the Cantabria reform

What is meant by the term “right to be forgot”? Here’s how it works, when you can’t invoke it and what changes will be coming with the Cantabria reform. Talking about the right to be forgot in the age of the Internet is quite complicate because, as is often said, “the Internet does not forget”. 

When we talk about the diritto all oblio today we must refer to the GDPR and the privacy legislation .  How does the right to be forgot work? When does it not apply or can it not be invoke? Let’s see below how to exercise it and what has changed with the Cantabria reform . 

What is the right to be forgot 

The right to be forgot is link to the right to privacy and the protection of personal data , which is very difficult to exercise in the age of the Internet, where everything that publish is easily available and almost impossible to delete. The right to be forgot is the mirror image of that of the new.

Which can be exercise to the extent that informing the public about a fact must occur within a limit period of time.  The cos’è diritto oblio is regulate by art. 17 of the GDPR, or by the EU Regulation n. 679/2016 on the protection of personal data, which lists the reasons for which you have the right to have your personal data deleted without undue delay.