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Top EU court tells Google to respect ‘right to be forgotten’

Google may be ordered to remove personal information from its search engine after the European Union’s top court paved the way for citizens to have a “right to be forgotten.”

13th May, 2014
A Google spokesperson said the decision was "disappointing".

Google may be ordered to remove personal information from its search engine after the European Union’s top court paved the way for citizens to have a “right to be forgotten.”

“Links and information in the list of results must be erased” where a person’s fundamental rights are harmed by the posting of personal information online and where there is no public interest in publishing it, the EU Court of Justice said...

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