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ECJ rules no right to be forgotten in the companies register data
European Court of Justice, 9-Mar-2017
At last, a bit of common sense emerges from the ECJ. Kudos to the Lecce Chamber of Commerce, Italy, for standing up for its rights by appealing against a lower court ruling, resulting in the Court of Cassation referring the matter to the ECJ. Salvatore Manni wanted his past business failure to be forgotten, arguing that his current potential customers had found it relevant - which rather makes the point that relevancy is in the eye of the beholder and registries should not be required to redact data.

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