Right to be forgotten and the information should remain accessible within the legal limits. The ruling is being discussed among EU authorities but has not received a joint opinion from all the member states. It was expected that the ruling would be effective on 1 January 2014.
In this case, and several others, similar judgments were made by the top European Union court to stop the storage and transmission of information from private email, text, or other electronic communication Click here.
EU justice and fundamental rights commissioner Viviane Redding said, “We want people to have the information they need to do their work. The dispute over the Internet Protocol address, or IP address, continues.
The European Court of Justice ruled in 2004 that internet service provider were not liable to a German man who had trouble receiving email in one of the former East Germany because he did not have an IP address.
This rule was found by the court to be legal under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, despite the fact that there is no regulatory framework for the IP address outside the United State. When it comes to the labeling of “Prohibit Technology,
Which include cryptographic tool, software, and software-control technology, the Commission consider it “obvious and imperative that the obstacle to such the circumvention, as outline in the “Guide” to “Prohibit Technology”, should be remove.”
Thus the European Commission intend to adapt Directive 2006/24/EC to allow access to digital device through any intermediary in cases where encryption of data is employed. In 2008 the European Parliament stated that national governments should have the right to block access to services that contain illegal content.
The European Union has publish the working document “Exit to the European Union”, which will address the development of its external relations from the post-2011 mandate onward.
In 2012 the European Union also began to appear to threaten India with sanctions after the Central Bureau of Investigation arrest the four Karnataka ministers in a number of a telecom corruption cases.
Then-European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers, and Gender Equality, Viviane Reding, had demanded that the Karnataka Government make available those telecommunication operators who had provided the Karnataka ministers with their mobile phone numbers and landline numbers for the arrest.
According to Reuter, she suggests that: “There is enough concrete proof that the Minister was engaged in this activity.” She has now been nominated to head the EU’s justice department.
Similarly, the EU has threat various country that have favor country that have try to regulate the online content industry. One of the most prominent developments concerning copyright law in recent years has been the introduction of the “three strikes and you’re out” rule by the Czech government on their European Internet Zone.
The Czech Pirate Party, who oppose the decision in a 2003 referendum and have been campaigning against the law ever since, won a surprising 7% of the vote in the 2010 Czech parliamentary.
The proposal is that, if a citizen group reach a threshold of signature to the effect that it constitutes a clear majority in a referendum or petition, then parliament must ensure that its will be implemented.