Right to be Forgotten – EU rules for Google

This week the European Court of Human Justice ruled that Google must uphold the ‘right to be forgotten’ in certain cases where users request the search engine remove information about them from the search results.

The EU’s highest court ruled against Google, upholding the complaint and saying that links to “irrelevant” and outdated data should be removed upon request. Since this is the highest EU court, Google cannot appeal the ruling.


What could this mean for online reputation management?

This ruling provides users with a right to be forgotten, which means that you could now be eligible to remove irrelevant and/or outdated information if you should request to do so.



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Google has been told that people can remove their personal information from the search engine results.

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Right to be Forgotten – EU rules for Google