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A top EU court has ruled Google must amend some search results at the request of ordinary people in a test of the so-called "right to be forgotten".
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Would you be gratified if damaging personal information, valid in the distant past for a citizen but no longer valid today, was made as public as possible today (and as damaging as possible, today) through the immense technical power of a very efficient search engine with global reach?
As a citizen, would you truly be gratified if they did so, and render it toothless?
all this is in public records
G and others (possibly) will be enjoined to honor take downs in the future
A search on your name finds that you were accused of a crime.
Furthermore, the processing by the publisher of a web page consisting in the publication of information relating to an individual may, in some circumstances, be carried out ‘solely for journalistic purposes’ and thus benefit, by virtue of Article 9 of Directive 95/46, from derogations from the requirements laid down by the directive, whereas that does not appear to be so in the case of the processing carried out by the operator of a search engine.
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