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Right to be forgotten appeal to the ICO against Google decision

Right to be forgotten appeal to the ICO against Google decision

If you already made an application to Google under the right to be forgotten and your application was declined, you have a right to appeal to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the regulator responsible for data protection in the United Kingdom, which has the power to overturn Google’s decisions. For most people the application to the ICO under the right to be forgotten is likely to be the very last opportunity ever to have information removed from Google searches and from the internet.

Yes, if the ICO’s decision doesn’t go your way, you can still make an application to court but the reality is that this is likely to be expensive and hugely challenging to win. This is why it makes sense for you to ask experts to assist you, ideally lawyers who have already made successful applications to the ICO under the right to be forgotten.

The experts would preferably be solicitors who know what works and what is less likely to work because they routinely deal and communicate with individual caseworkers and managers at the ICO who are the individuals responsible for making the one decision that will determine what your life will look and feel like in the months and years to come and whether you will ever be able to free yourself from the shackle of the internet publications, and whether you will ever again be that confident, happy person you used to be.

So our lawyers at Cohen Davis are among the most experienced privacy solicitors in the UK. They routinely submit successful applications to the ICO appealing Google’s decisions to not remove information from its search engine under the right to be forgotten. We know that with us your ICO Google appeal application is in safe hands.

You are more likely to succeed with your ICO right to be forgotten application if you let us help you draft it, which means you are also more likely to avoid having to spend huge fees in court proceedings to try and have the court overturn the ICO’s decision. With Cohen Davis’ help you are more likely to have a successful, speedy conclusion to your Google matter, right now, at the ICO stage.

Lawyers at Cohen Davis Solicitors are the UK’s leading specialists in privacy law, take down notices, Google and ICO right to be forgotten applications. We are the only specialist internet law firm in the UK with an unusually high rate of success and client satisfaction. So just before you sit down to try and draft one of the most important documents you will ever submit, stop for a moment, browse our website for helpful information and then give us a call on 0207 183 4123 for even more help. See how we can help you make it happen!

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