Skip to main content
Unpublished Paper
The Right to Be Forgotten and the Least Cost Avoider
  • Roberto D Taufick, LLM, Stanford University

This paper addresses the recent right to be forgotten decision of the European Court of Justice from a critical standpoint. The paper shows particular -- and unprecedented -- concern with the application of the least cost avoider rule by the court with no particular concern with its implications over publicity, balance between competitors, network neutrality and disproportional reach.

  • right to be forgotten,
  • privacy,
  • information,
  • least cost avoider,
  • competition,
  • Internet security,
  • network neutrality
Publication Date
Citation Information
Roberto D Taufick. "The Right to Be Forgotten and the Least Cost Avoider" (2015)
Available at: