New ENISA Reports on Data Protection

The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) recently published new reports in the context of the current reform of data protection laws in Europe. The report The Right to be Forgotten analyses the technical means to enforce the right to be forgotten, i.e. the right to erasure or the right to oblivion, which is included in the regulation on data protection proposed by the European Commission earlier this year. The report Privacy Considerations of Online Behavioural Tracking focuses on privacy considerations of online behavioural tracking. Internet users are indeed being increasingly tracked and profiled and their personal data are extensively used as currency in exchange for services