Hva er informasjonssikkehet GDPR

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The regulations afford for a right to erasure [Art. 17]. This provision expands what had become known as the “right to be forgotten” that the EU Court of Justice had in 2014 in a case adjacent Google Spain. Under the GDPR, individuals can ask companies to erase personal evidence in specific circumstances: for example, if the evidence is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected; if the individual withdraws consent or objects and there is no overriding justification for keeping it; or if the evidence was otherwise unlawfully processed in breach of the GDPR. This right also applies if the personal evidence has been made public, raising considerable implementation difficulties given the ease with which online information can be copied and shared crosswise multiple websites in various jurisdictions.

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The rules provide exceptions, including if the evidence processing is crucial for the exercise of freedom of expression and information or for archival or research purposes. However, these are not well defined in the GDPR, and are left for national charter to elaborate. Because private platforms risk cost for non-compliance, the provision may tend to encourage unnecessary or excessive take-downs of content, infringing freedom of expression. In addition, leaving determinations about when convert is necessary for freedom of expression (and other public interest grounds) to the discretion of companies, rather than impartial tribunals, means there is little procedural recourse for those who wish to continue to have access to information that is removed.

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The “right to be forgotten” developed in EU Court of Justice central has been for permissive people to suppress truthful, non-defamatory data that simply may be unflattering. For example, people in positions of public trust (such as elected officials, priests, and financial professionals) have to use the right to be forgotten to abolish news articles discussing their previous criminal feeling from Google search results.

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