عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:
One law to rule them all? The reach of EU data protection law after the Google v CNIL case
ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:
یک قانون برای همه آنها حکومت کند؟ دسترسی به قانون حفاظت از داده اتحادیه اروپا پس از پرونده Google v CNIL
Sciencedirect - Elsevier - Computer Law & Security Review: The International Journal of Technology Law and Practice, 42 (2021) 105580: doi:10:1016/j:clsr:2021:105580
Google v CNIL is, arguably, one of the landmark cases of EU data protection law and it has been an important development regarding its territorial reach. The judgment’s findings in this regard have been controversial and have led to much discussion about their legitimacy and potential repercussions. This paper examines two aspects of this case. First, it considers the holdings of this judgment regarding the global application of EU law in relation to international law and sovereignty. This article argues that though EU decision-makers might have a degree of ‘data imperialism’ in their thinking, this judgment is not at odds with neither international law nor sovereignty. Second, the paper examines the methodology of the Court and the role it accorded to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU– an aspect that many commentators overlook. In this regard, I argue that the Court’s methodology was problematic and that it failed to duly consider the role of the Charter, thus fragmenting EU law.© 2021 Emmanuel Bougiakiotis. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Data protection | Extraterritoriality | International law | Google | Data imperialism | Charter of fundamental rights