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Google and the “Right to delist”: where are we now?

EraseThe decision in Google Spain gave data subjects the “right to delist” – to require search engines to remove links to personal data which was “inadequate, irrelevant or excessive”. Google’s transparency report shows that it has received 53,913 removal requests relating to 202,846 URLs from individuals with relationships to the UK.  It has removed a total of 78,704 URLs or 38.8%. Continue reading

Privacy watchdog takes first step against those undermining right to be forgotten – Eerke Boiten

s560x316_Right_to_be_forgottenThe UK’s data privacy watchdog has waded into the debate over the enforcement of the right to be forgotten in Europe. The Information Commissioner’s Office issued a notice to Google to remove from its search results newspaper articles that discussed details from older articles that had themselves been subject to a successful right to be forgotten request. Continue reading

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