Google has been told that user have Right To Be Forgotten
Google received requests to remove objectionable personal information from its search engine just hours after the European judges ruled people have the “right to be forgotten,” sources say.
The take down requests came after the European Court of Justice ruled Internet search engines must remove information deemed “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant” or face a fine.
The ruling only compels Google to remove the link to the information, rather than the information itself.
The case highlights the battle between freedom of expression and privacy