The EU wants worldwide Right to be Forgotten, and Obama is very busy with Net Neutrality and US-China climate agreement.
The EU Court Google judgement on data protection is one of those decisions stating the obvious, yet still causing a stir.
Read about, among other, case C-131/12 against Google, where the search operator was found responsible for the processing of personal data on web pages. For a more detailed analysis of the judgement, check out the article ‘EU Court Google judgement: not so much a landmark decision’ from Aphaia’s Chief Consultant Dr Bostjan Makarovic.
In the news at the end of 2013: Europe to reduce air pollution, BEREC adopts its work programme for next year, we found out what we googled in 2013 and the percentage of European enterprises that use social media, and the world’s leading technology companies unite to demand changes to US surveillance laws.