May 122015
 
 May 12, 2015  Non-U.S., Online

yle reports:

Finland’s Data Protection Ombudsman has handed down his first ruling in a dispute over removing information from Google’s search engine results. The Ombudsman ruled that Google had no duty to remove the search results relating to a Finnish man’s business blunders.

According to Data Protection Ombudsman Reijo Aarnio there was no need to delete the search results because Finland’s business register lists the man as still being involved in business operations, including debt collection.

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