A right to be forgotten claim against social media companies might be the only way you can remove unwanted posts from their platforms because often social media posts do not appear on general Google search results.
Yes. You can make a right to be forgotten application to a social media company regardless of whether the social media company is based in the UK, Europe or anywhere else in the world. There is very little difference between Google as a search engine and Twitter as a social media platform, in the sense that both provide search facilities and an opportunity for their users to post, locate and identify private information.
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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