Sep 052014
 September 5, 2014  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Non-U.S.

James Doleman reports:

A man who had search links about a shoplifting conviction removed by Google has had his complaint that newspaper coverage of the story was a breach of his privacy rejected.

Robert Daniels-Dwyer was successful in his “right to be forgotten” request and Google agreed to remove results about his 2006 conviction for stealing £200 worth of items from Boots.

However, news of the links’ removal was reported by his local paper, The Oxford Mail, and the story was later picked up by three other newspapers including the Guardian.

Read more on The Drum.

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