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Google's 'pragmatic' response to Right to be Forgotten ruling praised by ISBA

on May 31, 2014 | 0 comments

By Stephen Lepitak

Google’s move to set up a webpage allowing European citizens the right to request the removal of links has been described as “a pragmatic response to a flawed ruling” by advertising body ISBA, as the search giant attempted to meet the recent EU legal ruling.

The ‘Right to be Forgotten’ ruling, which will allow individuals to request that Google removes search results in which they appear, was made earlier this month.

The webpage features a form for applicants to fill out in order to request for the removal of a link from Read full story ›

Source: The Drum