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1/x Geht ja schon mal gut los: @EU_EDPB erkennt richtig, dass Rechtsgrundlage eines #Delisting nicht allein Art. 17 #DSGVO (Recht auf #Löschung), sondern auch Art. 21 DSGVO (Recht auf #Widerspruch) sein kann (muss?).
@EU_EDPB 2/x Dann wird leider die Auffassung der Art. 29-Gruppe wiederholt, wonach der Suchmaschinenbetreiber den first publisher nicht über einen Antrag auf Delisting informieren darf.
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Now @davidakaye explains how private surveillance tech needs to be restricted #ORGCon2019 Image
Centralisation of Internet is causing problems of censorship says @davidakaye #ORGCon2019
Also gives huge authority to private companies to manage and adjudicate over public spaces #ORGCon2019
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At least the right to rectify and the right to erasure (#RTBF) in the #GDPR already apply to inferred data according to the European Data Protection Board
See WP 251 rev.01, p 18: "The rights to rectification and erasure apply to both the ‘input personal data’ (the personal data used to create the profile) and the ‘output data’ (the profile itself or ‘score’ assigned to the person)."
At least, I guess output data is like inferred data...?
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#rtbf When a court finds that "news have an expiration date", news organizations expire too. @PrimaDaNoi, a small news site from the Abruzzo region (ITA) is folding, massacred by loony verdicts. Their archives are also at risk @alessandrobiancardi @nicolaskb
@PrimaDaNoi @nicolaskb Hi @jasondhorowitz , wonder if this may be an interesting "glocal" story... (Right-to-be-forgotten, censorship etc.):
Background: Preliminary report Offshore Journalism Toolkit: Final report (no new ref. to @PrimaDaNoi though)
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The French data protection authority has issued the first formal guidance on the relationship between #blockchain and the #GDPR in the #EU.

I'll tweet some of the main points. Here is the full text:…
1. The @CNIL makes clear that its goal issuing this publication is to provide concrete guidance to actors in the space. This is to be applauded. Many in this space try to build compliant systems but are having a hard time figuring out what this entails.
2. *Data controllers*: unsurprising: where users directly engage with the ledger they can sometimes be controllers.

This, however, is only so where natural or legal persons exercise a professional or commercial activity (broad interpretation of household activity).
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