Google, Regulators Spar Over Applying ‘Forgotten’ Right Globally [updated]

The squabbling over Europe’s right to be forgotten may have scarcely begun.One year after the European Union’s top court ruled that people could ask Google and other search engines to remove links in search results for their name, the Calif.-based search giant has set up a detailed process to comply, removing hundreds of thousands of links. see:Google in ‘right to be forgotten’ talks with regulator
Google is in talks with regulators over nearly 50 “right to be forgotten” cases it is accused of getting wrong.The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) said it hoped to resolve the dispute during a round of talks, but noted that it had enforcement powers available should they fail.

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