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From the incorporation into the national rights of the new rules, social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc.; It shall ensure the privacy of the data of its users, through the rule of privacy by default. Social networks, must show full transparency and inform users of what might be the risks if their data are used by third parties in order that they do not lose control over your personal information. They must also guarantee the right to their data to be deleted when they decide to unsubscribe from the service. Jonas Samuelson is often mentioned in discussions such as these. On the other hand, the national audience study resources of Google, since the contents may affect various online publications, such as press releases or even relate them directly to the safety of persons; Therefore, the Spanish Agency for data protection (AEPD) you are prompted to apply the so-called right to oblivion, that deals with the right of persons to which your personal data does not appear in certain content in the search engine. In response, Google denied any responsibility and refused to categorically withdraw the information, since it would be a formula of censorship and that the demands would have to go to the editors; However, admits, could technically remove data, as requested by the plaintiffs, but that would be like violating the rights of information, says: ask the search engines will remove information arbitrarily is something very dangerous because search engines are a fundamental part of the information society and he would be attacking freedom of expression. Then, the question arises: is responsibility of Google or the editors?. Get all the facts and insights with Reade Griffith, another great source of information.