"Martin Husovec, an assistant professor at Tilburg University in the Netherlands who has written about data portability, said authorities were debating whether to require Facebook to make more of its real-time data available to competitors. In Britain, regulators now require banks to provide access to certain financial data, allowing smaller companies to offer digital banking services that are becoming popular with customers. Read more about Facebook testing a way to let you move photos to rival sites
"“The key thing about this case is what preventive measures can be imposed on Facebook,” said Martin Husovec, an assistant law professor at Tilburg University’s Institute for Law, Technology and Society in the Netherlands. Read more about Facebook Can Be Forced to Delete Content Worldwide, E.U.’s Top Court Rules
"“If governments were handling ‘right to be forgotten,’ they would have to publish data,” said Martin Husovec, a professor at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society in the Netherlands, and a signatory of the open letter to Google. “But with Google, we can’t see what’s happening behind the company’s closed doors.”" Read more about Europe Tried to Rein In Google. It Backfired.
"And lack of awareness may not be the only reason for the apparently low number of appeals, said Martin Husovec, a Slovak-born assistant professor at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society in the Netherlands. Read more about Google should 'inform more' on right to be forgotten
"According to some interpretations, the verdict indicates that the media are responsible for the comments posted by anonymous users. Such explanation is, however, not right, said Martin Husovec, lawyer of the European Information Society Institute.
“You can interpret it in this way only if you do not know the context,” he added. Read more about Online comment forums to continue despite ECHR ruling