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Remove criminal record from the internet

Criminal convictions that appear on the internet are often hugely detrimental to anyone who wants to get their life back after being convicted by a court of any offence. The more serious the conviction is the more you would want publication of it to go away, particularly if you are entitled to be rehabilitated by law.

Our solicitors have huge amount of experience in making successful applications to Google and to the ICO to have information about past criminal convictions and other legal proceedings removed from the internet. If anyone one can help you remove criminal record from the internet it would us, based on our extensive experience.

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  • How to remove criminal record from Google

    In our younger days, some of us did things we later came to regret. We wronged people or made them upset. Guilty as charged. We can't turn back the wheels of time, however and usually we mature and move on to better and greater things.

    But what if, out of the blue, an indiscretion from 10, 20, or 30 years ago suddenly resurfaces, wreaking havoc on our family life, our business, our achievements, our good name? It resurfaces because someone causes it to, in order to destroy everything we have worked for.

  • 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."

  • The opportunity - a right to be forgotten

    Adverse results from search engines can often have severe consequences, sometimes affecting you as an individual, sometimes affecting your family and at other times affecting your business. This will seem particularly unfair where the information presented by the search engine against your name or the name of your business is untrue, deceptive or very old.

  • How to make a successful right to be forgotten application

    On 12 October 2014, Google reported to have rejected more than two thirds of all the ‘right to be forgotten’ applications they received from UK applicants.

    Google’s decision to comply with any such applications is of course at their discretion (albeit in accordance with the landmark court ruling made in Google Spain SL & Google Inc v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD) & Costeja González (“Google Spain”) in May 2014) and there are currently no hard and fast rules which might serve to predict an applicant’s chances of success. Indeed, when comparing some successful applications against those which Google rejected, it becomes quite apparent that (at least on the face of it) even Google does not appear to maintain a consistent approach in how it deals with each right to be forgotten request.

  • Defamation on websites

     I have been defamed on the internet. What can I do about this?

    The ability to list web pages on the top page of the search results for a long period of time is normally a function of either excellent workmanship or an unintended  random consequence of Google algorithm. Names of individuals and companies are easy targets for the purpose of internet defamation or even just to cause someone reputational, emotional or financial damage. 

  • Injunction harassment. The case of Jesus Espinosa Vadillo

    Online harassment can occur even if the information published is true

     This is another ground-breaking internet law case by Cohen Davis solicitors. Lawyer Yair Cohen instructed by a former senior employee at the United Nations to put an end to harassment on the internet by another UN employee.

    Protection from Harassment interim injunction obtained by Cohen Davis in favour of former senior UN employee  RADA-ORTIZ and ESPINOSA VADILLO [2015] EWHC 2175 (QB).

    Meet Jesus Espinosa Vadillo, a former United Nations' (“UN”) temporary employee. In 2014 JEV, who worked as an interpreter at the UN's International Maritime Organisation (“IMO”), felt aggrieved about the way he believed he was being treated by his department manager.

  • Removing defamation from Google

    Is it possible to remove defamatory web pages from Google?

    Interesting data was recently released by Google concerning the removal of offending web content from the products it owns.

    The data is focused on government requests to Google to remove content. It is not clear if the information that Google has published includes court orders in civil matters, where the court, in effect, acts as a government agency.

  • A right to be forgotten. Yair Cohen, UK expert lawyer in removing web pages from the internet speaks at Google Campus, London.

    A right to be forgotten. Legal adviceAn important ruling by the Court of Justice of the EU might mean that you and your children could ‎have a right to have information deleted from the internet.

    The ruling came after Mario Costeja Gonzalez, a Spanish man, complained that a search of ‎his name in Google brought up newspaper articles from 16 years ago about a sale of property ‎to recover money he owed.

  • Defamation with SEO

    How SEO is used to spread defamation

    Everyone has a soft spot. Being called a certain bad name in public could cause you a lot of damage and harm your career.

    For example, a doctor might be described as "negligent", a solicitor as "incompetent", a builder as a "cowboy", or a teacher as "stupid". Such labels would be regarded by any of these people as a personal attack on their reputation and integrity.

    But perhaps the most harmful insult of all was suffered by a top civil servant who was a social worker for the Children’s Service at a district council in the north of the country.

  • The website or the poster based in the UK

  • The defamation was first published after January 2014

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  • Remove defamation from RipOffReport 06 October 2015

    Jurisdiction: United States, remove defamation ripoff report solicitors

    Pages removed from: RipOffReport.

    Date of removal: 6 October 2015.

    Number of pages removed: 6 reports.

    Additional information: RipOffReport is a website located in the USA and which which is notorious for being difficult to have defamation removed from. In this case, our client, a property investment company who was defamed on

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  • Remove post from Bury Free Press. 21 November 2013

    remove post from buyryfree press solicitorsJurisdiction: United Kingdom.

    Pages removed from: Bury Free Press.co.uk

    Date of removal: 21 November 2013.

    Number of web pages removed: 1.

    Additional information: 1 report deleted. Post concerning past criminal conviction of a UK Entrepreneur. The post about a criminal conviction involving dishonesty from approximately 15 years earlier started to appear on Google search results. Our client only

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