GDPR notice on website operators is a notice that you can serve as an alternative to a right to be forgotten request to the search engine provider. The website operator might delete the entire article following receipt of your GDPR Notice.
Serving a GDPR Notice on website operators is a powerful tool that anyone who wants links removed from Google searches should consider serving.
There is a misconception that a right to be forgotten is a request that you can only submit to search engine providers, such as Google and Bing. It is true that a right to be forgotten right was given initially by the European court in relation to the removal of unwanted search links from Google.
However, in essence, a right to be forgotten request is a (very) short version of a GDPR Notice that was devised by the major search engine providers to make it easy for people to submit removal request from internet search results.
You can serve a full GDPR Notice on both search engines and/or website operators as an alternative or an addition to a right to be forgotten application. You will then be able to achieve the removal of any offending internet posts from source rather than only from internet search results.
The articles below contain information and experiences which we are hoping will help you make a better, more effective right to be forgotten request.
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