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Michel Reymond has published a paper “Hammering Square Pegs into Round Holes: The Geographical Scope of Application of the EU Right to Be Delisted” where he explores the extraterritorial effects of the decision of Court of Justice of European Union (CJEU) in so called Google Spain case. In that case CJEU recognized  “right to be forgotten” or, according Michel Reymond, more precisely it would be “right to be delisted”. In the paper author, through a methodology inspired by private international law, examines the geographical reach of Data Protection Directive.

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