Tuesday

28th Mar 2017

Ticker

EU court limits right to be forgotten online

The EU's right to be forgotten, which gives citizens the right to ask online search engines to remove links to outdated information, does not automatically apply to company registers, the EU's Court of Justice ruled on Thursday. An Italian company director had wanted his bankruptcy records removed, but the court said it was "justified" that people involved in companies are required to disclose some personal information.

Analysis

Lukashenka: End of an era?

The political spring in Belarus ended just as the actual season began, but greater changes loom after 23 years of dictatorship.

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