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Remove article from online newspaper 15 September 2016

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 specialist internet law and social media lawyers made an application to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) in accordance with the “right to be forgotten” to request that the ICO exercises its power to order Google to remove search results featuring the article from the Skegness Standard, as the it was among the first Google search results for searches under our client’s name. The ICO considered the effect of the continued publication of the article on our client against the public interest in having access to it. The ICO determined that our client’s privacy outweighed the public interest and ordered Google to remove the result within 28 days.  

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