Businessman takes Google to court over 'right to be forgotten' ruling

Nicholas Fearn
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Google argues removing pages from search results would be 'rewriting history'

A businessman from London has taken Google to court because he believes that people should be able to ask the firm to remove references to previous convictions from search results. According to ...

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