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References [1] M. L. Ambrose. Speaking of forgetting: Analysis of possible non-EU responses to the right to be forgotten and speech exception. Telecommunications Policy, 38(8-9):800-811, Sept. 2014. [2] M. L. Ambrose and J. Ausloos. The right to be forgotten across the pond. Journal of Information Policy, 3, 2013. [3] J. Ausloos. The “Right to be Forgotten” - Worth remembering? Computer Law & Security Review, 28(2):143-152, 2012. [4] BBC. List of BBC web pages which have been removed from Google’s search results.

References Ambrose, M. L. (2013), ‘It’s about time: privacy, information lifecycles, and the right to be forgotten,’ Stanford Technology Law Review , vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 369–422. Andrade , N. N. G. (2014), ‘Oblivion: the right to be different … from oneself: re-proposing the right to be forgotten,’ in A. Ghezzi, Â. G. Pereira & L. Vesnić-Alujević (eds) The Ethics of Memory in a Digital Age , Palgrave Macmillan Memory Studies, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 65–81. Ausloos, J. (2012), ‘The ‘right to be forgotten

life or private relations. Particular countries attempted on finding a solution to such threats, unfortunately with little effect. The first legal instrument, which changed the approach to privacy on the Internet and raised further discussion in this matter, was introduced by the European Union in May 2014 as the right to be forgotten. The right to be forgotten was for the first time implicitly introduced in Article 17 of the General Data Protection Regulation, which came into force on 25 May 2018 Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament of the Council of

. [38] van L iere , D. How far does a tweet travel?: Information brokers in the twitterverse. In MSM ‘10 . [39] W alck , C. Handbook on statistical distributions for experimentalists. [40] W eber , R. H. The right to be forgotten more than a pandora’s box? jipitec 2 , 2 (2011). [41] X ue , M., M agno , G., C unha , E., A lmeida , V., and R oss , K. W. The right to be forgotten in the media: A data-driven study. PoPETs 2016 , 4 (2016), 389–402. [42] Y ou T omb . , 2017. (Accessed on February

database contributes positively to national guidelines and academic work, and provides an immediate point of reference for clarification of disease status in times of clinical uncertainty. The importance of data custodianship on the ever-evolving backdrop of database security and governance policy is of paramount importance. The European Court of Justice recently ruled that individuals who object to data held on them by technology companies have “the right to be forgotten”. Do our patients have the same right? Our challenge as haemophilia care providers combines the

take the floor in the first session with a presentation illustrating a very relevant prob- lem concerning the right to be forgotten by everyone who uses the Internet. This right, in de Bouville’s opinion, is imminently linked with a person’s human dignity. Therefore, data protection authorities should pay particular attention to this issue. Piotr Drobek (GIODO Poland and Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University) was the next speaker, who outlined three major problems of the entire PHAEDRA project (i.e. the problem of the right to participate in the PHAEDRA project

. “The Logic of Proportionality: Reasoning with Non-Numerical Magnitudes.” German Law Journal 14:8 (2013): 1419–56. 37. Sartor, Giovanni. “The right to be forgotten balancing interests in the flux of time.” International Journal of Law and Information Technology 24 (2016): 72–98. 38. Schlink, Bernard. “Proportionality”: 249-266. In: Michel Rosenfeld and Andras Sajó, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. 39. Sieckmann, Jan. “Proportionality as a Universal Human Rights Principle”: 3-48. In: David

. S, V. E, J. Le Roux, J. R. Hershey, and B. Schuller. Speech enhancement with LSTM recurrent neural networks and its application to noise-robust ASR. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Latent Variable Analysis and Signal Separation , pages 91–99. Springer, 2015. [47] S. Wildstrom. Nuance exec on iphone 4s, siri, and the future of speech, 2011. URL . [48] M. Xue, G. Magno, E. Cunha, V. Almeida, and K. W. Ross. The right to be forgotten in the media: A data

Protection Regulation),” 2016. [28] European Union, “Factsheet on the “Right to be Forgotten” Ruling (C-131/12),” May 2014, , as of October 20, 2020. [29] C. Fiesler, M. Dye, J. L. Feuston, C. Hiruncharoenvate, C. J. Hutto, S. Morrison, P. Khanipour Roshan, U. Pavalanathan, A. S. Bruckman, M. De Choudhury, and E. Gilbert, “What (or Who) is Public? Privacy Settings and Social Media Content Sharing,” in Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work , ser. CSCW ’17. Portland

Hagedorn. 2002. Life With and Without Disease: Women Experience More of Both. Journal of Women & Aging 14(1–2): 47–59. Dumas, Agnès, Rodrigue Allodji, Brice Fresneau, Dominique Valteau-Couanet, Chiraz El-Fayech, Hélène Pacquement, Anne Laprie, Tan Dat Nguyen, Pierre-Yves Bondiau, Ibrahima Diallo, Catherine Guibout, Carole Rubino, Nadia Haddy, Odile Oberlin, Gilles Vassal, and Florent de Vathaire. 2017. The Right to Be Forgotten: A Change in Access to Insurance and Loans After Childhood Cancer? Journal of Cancer Survivorship 11(4): 431–437. Dumas, Agnès, Isabelle