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  • Right to be forgotten. Does Google delist search results from Google searches worldwide or only from European Google searches?

    The purpose of this article is to update our clients on the latest position in relation to successful Right to be Forgotten applications and the current position regarding the removal of  search results from Google worldwide.

    Following the Google Spain decision in 2014, Google started to remove offending links under a Right to be Forgotten from the Google searches but only from the applicant’s own country. So a successful Right to be Forgotten application made by a UK citizen would have resulted only in the removal of links to offending pages from Google.co.uk. This was highly unsatisfactory so law firms, including Cohen Davis Solicitors, had made repeated complaints to the Information Commissioner's Office until early in 2015 Google undertook to have offending

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  • Jurisdiction: United Kingdom Found not guilty remove news article

    Review removed from: Google search results

    Date of removal: 4 September 2017

    Number of pages removed: 5

    Additional information: Our client was in the public eye when he faced a trial for serious allegations. He was found not guilty of all charges but the publicity around his trial kept causing him reputational damage and

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  • 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."

  • If your right to be forgotten application was refused by Google, don’t be disheartened. You now have at least two options to choose from before moving forward.

    The first one is to make an application to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) to appeal Google’s decision to refuse your right to be forgotten application, and the second is to issue Google with a s10 letter under the Data Protection Act (DPA), which in turn will trigger a legal process which could very possibly end up in court.

    Reporting a Concern to the ICO against Google refusal to comply with a right to be forgotten request

    To appeal Google refusal to the ICO, you will need to file what the ICO calls a “concern”. You should however treat the report of a concern to the ICO against Google's right to be forgotten refusal as an appeal and we

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  • Jurisdiction: United Kingdom remove online newspaper article from Google

    Review removed from: Google search results (Skegness Standard)

    Date of removal: 15 September 2016

    Number of pages removed: 1

    Additional information: Our client is a highly successful businessman. The client had previously applied to Google to have an article removed from its search results however this was refused. Our

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  • “I would like to very deeply thank Yair, Louise and Adam for giving my family, in particular my sons a more stress free normal life. It is a great weight of my shoulders not to have people pre judge me and my family through reading the my search results in Google, which created the wrong image about what sort of person I was, and tainted the integrity of my family members. Thank you and your team so very much for giving us our lives back. I will always be grateful for the very professional way the team handled my case, I cannot express adequately in words the peace of mind and freedom you have given to my family. thank you once again.

    Kindest Regards "

    EW,
    Lincolnshire

      

  • Our client was employed as a manager by a company in the financial services industry. An article in a national newspaper (also published online) revealed some of the practices employed by that company and effectively had made our client a scapegoat to the company’s alleged wrongdoing.

    When news broke out about the company’s alleged practices, it allowed our client to become a scapegoat and did nothing to try and defend its practices or our client’s position as an employee

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