Yuriy Nemets pens an article about the right to be forgotten in the context of banking and know your customer laws

Yuriy Nemets argues that not only does exercising the right to be forgotten may be ineffective in the context of banking and KYC laws, but it may also prove to have a negative effect on one's relationship with a bank or other financial institution.

The full text of the article is published in Advogatskaya Gazeta, an official publication of the Russian Bar Association.

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