Although making a right to be forgotten request may appear nothing but a 5 minute job, to secure a higher likelihood of success with your request, it is definitely worth investing a little bit of time learning and understanding some of the principles that guide search engine providers in making their decision whether to delist links to articles about you from search results.
The intention of data protection regulators was to make it easy for individuals to make a right to be forgotten request to search engines providers and to create a speedy process for them to have articles which are outdated, contain misinformation or that breach one’s right to private life remove from internet search results.
The result of this 'good intention' was that the right to be forgotten request process had been over amplified, making it easy for internet search engine providers to reject requests faster. 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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