24/11/2017

Right to be Forgotten

A Google Search result to an article about a previous criminal conviction might just as readily be removed based on one person’s application or it might be rejected based on someone else’s application. The consequences of an uncessefful right to be forgotten application go Google are huge.

Upon close examination of a score of rejected right to be forgotten applications we have identified 3 common errors that are likely to contribute to a failed application.  
Right to be Forgotten
These are as follows:
1. Citing ‘defamation’ as a sole reason for removal: most rejected applicants cited defamation as the main or sole reason why their right to be forgotten application should be successful. The truth is that...Read more about making a sucessful application under a  Right to be forgotten

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