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Robin Wilton (not verified) June 06, 2014

Very useful analysis, Nevena. The precision of 'traceable by a search on the person's name', and the public interest test in the penultimate paragraph, are both pragmatic and reasonable criteria. One point seemingly not addressed by Google is the difficulty data subjects/controllers can experience in trying to get data removed from Google cache.

Nevena (not verified) June 12, 2014

Thank you for the comment. Yes, you are right. In addition, there are other aspects that also needed to have been addressed by the Court or parties. E.g. a potential concern is to define the purpose for data procesing by Google being deemed a data controller and the bases of such processing - we know it's not the law but consent?

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