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Future role of CJEU for UK courts should be ‘spelled out’ in statute, says top judge

The UK parliament must be “very clear” about the extent to which judges should rely on future decisions of the European courts after Brexit, the country’s top judge has said.

Source: Future role of CJEU for UK courts should be ‘spelled out’ in statute, says top judge

The right to be forgotten is the right to have an imperfect past

The data protection bill is about refusing to hand over ownership of our identity to Google and Facebook – because we all make mistakes when young, says the Guardian columnist Suzanne Moore.

Source: The right to be forgotten is the right to have an imperfect past | Suzanne Moore | Opinion | The Guardian

House of Commons publishes briefing paper on Brexit and data protection

The House of Commons Library, which aims to provide impartial research and analysis to MPs and their staff, has published a briefing paper on the impact of Brexit on data protection law in the UK.

Source: House of Commons publishes briefing paper on Brexit and data protection | Technology Law Dispatch

UK House of Lords Recommends Pursuit of EU Adequacy Decision

On July 18, 2017, the European Union Committee of the UK’s House of Lords published its paper, Brexit: the EU data protection package (the “Paper”). The Paper urges the UK government to make good on its stated aim of maintaining unhindered and uninterrupted data flows between the UK and EU after Brexit, and examines the options available to ensure that this occurs.

Source: UK House of Lords Recommends Pursuit of EU Adequacy Decision

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