21 Aug '15, 7pm

Google Summoned to Remove Links to Articles About 'Forgotten' Articles

The U.K.'s data privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner Office (ICO), has moved in on Google and the Right to be Forgotten, and ordered that it removes nine links to articles about articles that have already been 'forgotten'. Why bother, you ask? Well. Rights and privacy, and also because they link a man to a minor crime that was carried out a decade ago. This is the point of the Right to be Forgotten. Google and others are supposed to take down links to stories and articles about people that the subjects want removed. The issue here is the internet, journalism, Google and people in general. Google has dropped links relating to the original article already, but when things hit the internet they tend to stick. The problem is that, when the individual's name is inserted into a search, it brings up links to other stories about the incident. This could be bothersome. Th...

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