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The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) supports the right “to be forgotten” defended by Spain to Google

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has supported today the “right to be forgotten” by Spain to Google. It considers that the search engines must remove links to information published in the past if it is proved that these harm a citizen and it is no longer appropriate

The Court considers the search engine providers’ are “controllers of the applying to the personal data contained in the websites published by others”, for example, a digital newspaper.

Thus the citizens can go directly to Google to request that it removes the links to information that is no longer relevant and harms them.

This is the case of Mario Costeja, who asked links information that talked about a case of an auction that has already been solved, but Google refused to retire it.

If the provider don’t agree to to the request of the citizen, the European Court considers the citizen may approach the competent authorities to request that this information be removed.

The affected person may request the links are deleted because you want the information contained on the pages “forget after some time”, so that if it is proved that this effect contradicts the rights under theEuropean directive on protection data, it must be deleted.

However, the Court has warned in some cases this can put the interest of the public, for example, “according to the role that the person in question plays in public life.

From Brussels, Marie Tejero, EFE

May 13, 2014, EFE / Practice Spanish

Grammar notes: verb combinations, substantive subordinate sentences

Ejercicio 1

Comprensión de la noticia

Felicidades - has completado Comprensión de la noticia.

Tu calificación es %%SCORE%% de un total de %%TOTAL%%.

Tu rendimiento es %%RATING%%


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Question 1
La noticia trata de...
A
La eliminación de información de interés público en Internet
B
El apoyo del TJUE en relación con la protección de datos en Internet
C
La apelación de Google en el TJUE
Question 2
Según el TJUE, ¿quiénes son los responsables de esto?
A
Los ciudadanos
B
Los gestores de motores de búsqueda
C
Todo el mundo
Question 3
¿Qué es Google?
A
Un gestor de búsqueda
B
Una base de datos jurídica
C
Internet
Question 4
Algo que ya no es “pertinente”...
A
Carece de interés en un momento
B
Deja de ser persuasivo
C
Es significativo en cualquier momento
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Ejercicio 2

Conjugamos

Felicidades - has completado Conjugamos.

Tu calificación es %%SCORE%% de un total de %%TOTAL%%.

Tu rendimiento es %%RATING%%


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Question 1
Los ciudadanos quieren que el TJUE...
A
Apoyó el derecho al olvido
B
Apoya el derecho al olvido
C
Apoye el derecho al olvido
Question 2
Google deberá...
A
Eliminado la información personal
B
Eliminando la información personal
C
Eliminar la información personal
Question 3
Ese ciudadano no quiere que...
A
Esa información aparezca en Internet
B
Esa información aparece en Internet
C
Esa información apareció en Internet
Question 4
Él solicitó que se...
A
Retiras el enlace
B
Retira el enlace
C
Retire el enlace
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