A politician, paedophile and doctor have already asked Google ‘to be forgotten’, says the BBC

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Earlier this week, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) ruled that individuals should have the right to remove outdated information about themselves from search engine results. Now, the BBC reports that Google has received fresh takedown requests, from a former politician who’s currently seeking re-election and who wants mentions of his “behaviour in office” deleted. Also, a man convicted of owning images of child abuse has requested links about his convictions to be removed, while a doctor has sought to delete negative reviews from his patients. The ‘right to be forgotten’ case was proposed by the European...

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