European regulators are not happy with the way Google has handled the controversial “right to be forgotten” ruling.
In May, the European Court of Justice ruled that citizens had a right to ask search engines to have links to outdated, irrelevant or misleading information about them removed. Since then, Google has complied with the ruling creating a web form to request a link removal and trying to draw as much public attention to the issue as possible, even publicly criticizing the ruling.
On Thursday, Cristopher Graham, Britain’s Information Commissioner, said that he expects a “tsunami” of requests. And referring to …
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