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Monday, June 29, 2015

EU's "Right to be forgotten"

Read the BBC Stories Purged from Google over 'Right to Be Forgotten'

Michael Rundle | June 25, 2015

The BBC has published a list of pages that have been removed from Google's search results because of so-called 'right to be forgotten' requests.
A ruling made at the EU Court of Justice in May 2014 saw the search giant forced to remove links on EU versions of its tool if they lead to information which is outdated, irrelevant or misleading.

Example of one such link: killed in fit of jealousy)

<more at; related link (Factsheet on the "Right to be Forgotten" ruling (C-131/12) ) and (Google Advisory Group Recommends Limiting ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ to EU); further: (Why the BBC is wrong to republish ‘right to be forgotten’ links)>

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