- Inextricably linked—Article 29 Working Party updates Opinion 8/2010 after Google Spain
- What does the adoption of an ‘inextricable link’ test mean for the possible worldwide application of the Data Protection Directive?
- What did the updated Opinion add to the CJEU’s decision in Google Spain?
- Does the updated Opinion provide any insight into the application of the Google Spain decision for companies with multiple establishments?
- How can any conflict of law issues be resolved?
- What does the Opinion mean for the jurisdiction of EU data protection law going forward?
IP & IT analysis: The Article 29 Working Party recently updated Opinion 8/2010 on applicable law in light of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) judgment in Google Spain. Hannah Crowther, associate at Bristows, explains key aspects of the judgment and updated opinion, along with the implications.
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