The European Commission was right to blank out the names of five people who attended a vital brewing industry meeting on data protection grounds because a beer maker had not justified its request for the names, an EU court has ruled. The European Court of Justice (ECJ), the European Union's highest court, has overturned a lower …
The Reg covered the previous ruling
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