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By Stephen Gardner. Google could face a stand-off with European privacy regulators after an advisory council convened by the company concluded that the right to be forgotten, under which individuals can request deletion of Internet links to information about them, should apply only to European Union domains.

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By Stephen Gardner. The 20th Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Lima, Peru, emphasised pragmatism over ambition.

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The 7000 staff of the Munich-based European Patent Office (including about 500 British nationals) are used to the perks that come with working for an international institution that sets it own labour laws.

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EU justice ministers responded to terrorist attacks with a plan to require airlines to hand over passenger data to law enforcement.

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By Stephen Gardner. Data protection used to be boring. For most companies it was a dull compliance exercise. But Edward Snowden changed all that.

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