Emboldened by a legal victory against Google in 2014, which forced the search engine giant to remove defamatory information about him, Paris-based attorney Dan Shefet is on a mission to protect the “personal integrity” of clients about whom negative material appears on the Internet.
At the upcoming OffshoreAlert Conference in London, Dan will show attendees how he goes about it. In his session, titled “Protect Your Privacy: How To Scrub The Internet Of Negative Data“, Dan will explain the legal rights of the targets of negative information and how he goes about having it removed from search engines like Google and social media such as Facebook.
The 7th Annual OffshoreAlert Conference Europe will take place at the Grange St. Paul’s Hotel, in London, on November 12-13th, 2018.
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Dan Shefet, Owner, Cabinet Shefet
Dan Shefet is a frequent speaker at international conferences and academic venues on IT Law, Data Privacy Content Regulation and Human Rights on the Internet. In 2014, he founded the Association for Accountability and Internet Democracy (AAID), the main objective of which is to introduce a general principle of accountability on the internet.
“Protect Your Privacy: How To Scrub The Internet Of Negative Data” is one of 18 sessions taking place at the 7th Anual OffshoreAlert Conference Europe on 12-13 November in London. The conference will cover a broad range of topics concerning high-value international finance that are aimed at investigators, providers, and buyers of products and services.