Karl H. Lincke has published an article in the Case Law section of the Computer Law Review Internatinal CRi, Issue 3, July 15th, 2016, concerning the Spanish judgment, Spain: Google Spain Not Responsible for Google Search (Mis-)Use of Personal Data — Summary & Comment.
The article deals with the recent judgment by the Spanish Supreme Court on Google Spain’s responsibility for the processing of personal data for Google Search.
Occasionally, the judgment is seen as watering down the so-called Right to be Forgotten, established by the decision of the European Court of Justice on May 13th, 2014 as well as an earlier sentence of the Spanish Supreme Court on December 29th, 2014.
You can obtain an insight into the contents of the article at Google Spain Not Responsible for Google Search Mis-Use of Personal Data.
You will find the complete article in the Computer Law Review International CRi.