The ‘right to be forgotten’ simply doesn’t exist – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 31st, 2014 in data protection, EC law, internet, news, privacy by michael

‘Most people have moments in their past that they would prefer not to be in the spotlight. What if, when you enter your name in Google, the first thing that comes up is a link to an episode that you would like to be forgotten. Can it be forgotten? If it can, should it be? Should you have a right to have the link deleted? And based on what procedure?’

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Daily Telegraph, 31st July 2014