13 Apr '18, 4pm

Google loses

Google loses

Google grants roughly 44 percent of “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) search de-listing requests . However, a person in the UK whose request was among the 56 percent not granted challenged Google’s decision and won in the UK High Court . The search result in question involved a decade-old criminal conviction, reportedly for “conspiracy to intercept communications.” A similar case was decided the other way by the court. The judge distinguished the facts of the two cases and the attitudes of those making the requests. Google denies more than half of de-listing requests under RTBF Source: Google Transparency Report (2018) It’s probably safe to say that this ruling will encourage others similarly denied by Google to seek redress in the courts. However, it’s not entirely clear what criteria will be applied to decide if Google acted correctly or incorrectly in making its decision. ...

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