viernes, 20 de febrero de 2015

The Advisory Council to Google on the Right to be Forgotten. #GoogleImperialism




Hoy traemos a este espacio The Advisory Council to Google on the Right to be Forgotten , el documento ...
Veamos quien compone el "PANEL" de "EXPERTOS" ... y un poco de la biografía que destacan e el documento de ellos .. . también es muy interesante ... el resto de consultantes por ciudad ... llegan los expertos ... #todosAcubierto !!! .. ;-) ...

The Advisory Council to Google on the Right to be Forgotten

Members of the Council


Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the

University of Oxford

Sylvie Kauffman, Editorial Director, Le Monde

Lidia Kolucka-Zuk, Director of the Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe

Frank La Rue, UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression

Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, former Federal Minister of Justice in Germany

José-Luis Piñar, Professor of Law at Universidad CEU and former Director of the Spanish Data Protection Agency (AEPD)

Peggy Valcke, Professor of Law at University of Leuven

Jimmy Wales, Founder and Chair Emeritus, Board of Trustees,Wikimedia Foundation

Google Convenors

Eric Schmidt, Chairman, Google

David Drummond, Chief Legal Officer, Google


About the Advisory Council Members


Luciano Floridi is Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford, Senior Research Fellow and Director of Research at the Oxford Internet Institute, and Governing Body Fellow of St Cross College, Oxford. He is also Adjunct Professor, Department of Economics, American University, Washington D.C. His main areas of research are the philosophy of information, the ethics of information, computer ethics, and the philosophy of technology. Among his most recent recognitions, he has been awarded a Fernand Braudel Senior Fellowship by the European University Institute and the Cátedras de Excelencia Prize by the University Carlos III of Madrid.




Sylvie Kauffmann is editorial director at the French newspaper Le Monde. She was the editor-in-chief of the paper in 2010-2011. She joined Le Monde in 1987 as Moscow correspondent. From 1988 to 1993, she covered, as Eastern and Central Europe correspondent, the collapse of the Soviet empire and the transition of new European democracies to market economy. She then moved to the United States, first as Washington corre- spondent and then, from 1996 to 2001, as New York Bureau Chief. Back in Paris just before September 11, she went back to the US several times to cover the aftermath of the attacks. She then headed the in-depth reporting section of Le Monde and became one of the deputy editors of the paper. From 2006 to 2009, she was reporter-at-large in Asia, based in Singapore, and wrote a weekly column on Asia. Sylvie is a contributing writer for the International New York Times Opinion section. She is a graduate of the Faculté de Droit (Law School) de l’université d’Aix-en-Provence and from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Aix-en-Provence). She holds a degree in Span- ish from Deusto University in Bilbao, Spain. She also graduated from the Centre de Formation des Journalistes (School of Journalism) in Paris. She is married and has two sons.

Lidia Kolucka-Zuk served as Executive Director for the Warsaw-based Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe. She is a lawyer by training and has worked as a strategic advisor to the Polish Prime Minister on issues of state efficiency, reforms in the judicial and legal sectors and the creation of digital society in Poland. Lidia is a Yale World Fellow 2013 at Yale University.







Frank La Rue has 35 years of experience working for human rights, po- litical analysis and democratic development; violence prevention, conflict management, negotiation and resolution. His experience includes Founder and Director of a non-governmental human rights organization which filed cases before the Inter American Human Rights Commission and Court, Presidential Secretary for Human Rights in Guatemala, and Advisor to the Foreign Ministry. Frank is a UN Special Rapporteur for the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression of the UNHRC.

José-Luis Piñar is Doctor in Law. Former Director of the Spanish Data Pro- tection Agency (2002-2007). Former Vice-Chairman of the European Group of Data Protection Commissioners (“Art. 29 Working Party Data Protection”) (2003-2007), Founder (2003) and former President of the Ibero-American Data Protection Network (2003-2007). Professor of Administrative Law, and Vice-Rector of International Relations at San Pablo-CEU University of Ma- drid. Founding partner at Piñar Mañas & Asociados Law Firm. He has pub- lished numerous works on data protection law including social networks and children’s privacy, and ECJ case law on the right to protection of per- sonal data, in “BNA International. World Data Protection Report.” José-Luis was a member of the Expert’s Commission created by the Spanish Govern- ment for studying and analysing the Spanish Draft of Transparency and Ac- cess to Public Information Law. Is member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Awards include the “San Raimundo de Peñafort” from the Spanish Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Law, and the “Cruz de Honor de San Raimundo de Peñafort” from the Spanish Government.

Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger has been a member of the Ger- man parliament for over 23 years and has served as the German Federal Justice Minister for a total of 8 years. As a member of the Parliamentary Assembly on the Council of Europe for 7 years, she was intensively engaged in defending and protecting human rights—including the right to privacy, laid down in the European Convention on Human Rights as well as in UN conventions.

Peggy Valcke is research professor at KU Leuven in Belgium, part-time professor at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy, and visit- ing professor at the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands. Her areas of expertise include legal aspects of media innovation, media pluralism, and the interaction between media/telecommunications regulation and com- petition law. In previous years, she has been involved in over 30 research projects, funded by the European Commission, BOF, IWT, FWO, iMinds, national authorities and regulators. Among other topics her research has addressed media power, user-generated content, internet regulation, mo- bile and online television, e-publishing and online journalism, public service broadcasting and state aid, co- and self-regulation in the media, privacy in electronic communications and social networks.

Jimmy Wales is Founder and Chair Emeritus, Board of Trustees, Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit corporation that operates the Wikipedia free online encyclopaedia and several other wiki projects. Founder, Wikia.com. Named one of 100 Most Influential People in the World, Time Magazine (2006). In 2014 was appointed Co-Chairman of The People’s Operator, a UK based mobile operator that enables the user to donate 10 percent of their phone bill to a cause of their choice without paying more for their phone plan. Wales is currently living in London.


Como decíamos más arriba también es muy interesante ver quienes , son y dónde estan el resto de consultados en España , por poner un ejemplito :

List of experts whose evidence was

heard at each consultation

Madrid, 9 September 2014:

1. Cecilia Álvarez, Counsel - Uría Menéndez

2. Alberto Iglesias Garzón, Senior Project Manager - Fundación Gregorio Peces-Barba for Human Rights

3. Milagros del Corral, Historian and Former Director - National Library of Spain

4. Javier Mieres, Counsel - Council for the Statutory Rights of Catalonia

5. Alejandro Perales, President - Communication Users Association

6. Pablo Lucas Murillo, Supreme Court Magistrate

7. Juan Antonio Hernández, Counsel - Constitutional Court

8. Montserrat Domínguez, Director - Spanish Edition of The Huffington Post

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