Mar 142015
 March 14, 2015  Posted by  Business, Court, Featured News, Non-U.S., Online

Joran Spauwen writes:

In the fall of 2014 the Amsterdam Court was offered a chance to shed light on the interpretation of the Google Spain (Costeja) decision of the European Court of Justice, which created a ‘right to be forgotten’. The court then ruled that Google was right to refuse a request from a convicted criminal to remove certain links. To our knowledge, this was the first decision in its kind. Last week, the Amsterdam court ruled on yet another request to be forgotten. It again found in favour of Google and this time decided that the right of removal is not meant tosuppress links to unpleasant news reporting.

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