One of the most effective ways to succeed with any application or request is to find other what other people did before you, and what responses they had received. Learning from your own experience is great but learning from other people’s experience is smart!
If you are considering making a right to be forgotten application to Google, or to another internet service provider, we have dozens of examples of successful right to be forgotten requests, which you might want to consider before submitting your own request.
These right to be forgotten examples relate to cases, situations and facts which are unique to each request. However, the examples show you what is possible to achieve when you know your law and are familiar with your legal rights.
Although each one of the right to be forgotten examples is unique, those who are most likely to succeed in delisting negative search results from Google or from other search engines are those who persist in a consistent way.
We are sharing a small sample of right to be forgotten examples for the purpose of helping others to succeed with their right to be forgotten requests. All the case studies and examples have been slightly modified to ensure the privacy of those involved is preserved.
After reading the right to be forgotten examples here you may come to the conclusion that provided you have a reasonably good case, as long as you get your strategy right and are willing to see things through, you will be very likely get what you want, eventually.
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