GNI Statement on Domestic Cases Asserting Global Internet Jurisdiction

Two recent rulings by the Court of Justice of the European Union — Google vs. CNIL and Glawischnig-Piesczek vs. Facebook — fail to sufficiently consider freedom of expression and privacy risks when EU countries' domestic authorities assert global authority and jurisdiction over online content. Greater efforts at intergovernmental and multistakeholder deliberation are needed to determine the appropriate scope of application for domestic legal orders on global internet companies.

2020-06-25T14:18:06+00:00January 29, 2020|Categories: feature, Issues, issues highlight, Jurisdictional Assertions & Limits|Tags: , , |

GNI Welcomes Appeal to the Global Reach of “The Right to be Forgotten”

The GNI is concerned that the French data protection authority ruling sets a disturbing precedent for the cause of an open and free Internet.

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