Politician and paedophile ask Google to ‚be forgotten‘ | BBC News

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The right-to-be-forgotten ruling set a precedent for the removal of search results in Europe

Google has received fresh takedown requests after a European court ruled that an individual could force it to remove „irrelevant and outdated“ search results, the BBC has learned.


An ex-politician seeking re-election has asked to have links to an article about his behaviour in office removed.


A man convicted of possessing child abuse images has requested links to pages about his conviction to be wiped.


And a doctor wants negative reviews from patients removed from the results.


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