Where are we going?
The jurisprudence of liability of intermediaries on the Internet remains open.
CELE recently filed an amicus curiae brief in the Denegri case, in which a “right to be forgotten” claim will allow the court to uphold or modify its Belén Rodríguez precedent.
Will the Supreme Court continue to control, however imperfectly, how we resolve these types of cases?
We do not know. But, undoubtedly, this trend of litigation will continue to grow, and so will the jurisprudence that governs it.