Feb 092016
 February 9, 2016  Posted by  Business, Court, Non-U.S.

Vijay Prabhu reports:

In a suit filed in the High Court of London, the businessman, who is known only as ‘NT2’ says, that he has suffered enormous mental and financial damage due to Google giving access to his ‘sensitive personal data’ to unwanted people.

NT2 claimed that Google refused to remove links to online information that, he claims, has turned him into a ‘pariah’. NT2, who is a married father, stated in the writ that the information has led to him being threatened in public by people who have seen it. He suggests that some of them have also tried to blackmail him.

His writ also states that when his solicitors wrote to Google asking for links to the ‘sensitive personal data’ to be removed, the company refused.

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