Politician and pedophile want Google removes links after EU ruling




Google shortly after the judgment of the European Court of Justice, stating that search engines should remove search results at the request of citizens already numerous takedown requests ingested. Among them are a politician, a pedophile and a doctor.

That reports the BBC. A former politician who wants to come back to power through a re-election would have applied to remove. Unwelcome articles about his behavior in politics a request to Google A man who has been convicted of possession of child pornography, has asked Google to remove. Links pointing to his conviction Further reports the British broadcaster that a doctor with the U.S. internet giant in a takedown request has indicated that he no longer wants to see. Negative reviews of patients in the search results

Google named after the controversial verdict of the Court of Justice ruling “disappointing” and “amazing”, but did not comment on the possible consequences. The Court stated that search engines should remove as invasion of privacy make, even if the page that links to Google’s legitimate results. German privacy watchdog reports , however, that Google will open a hotline for filing takedown requests. least in Germany within two weeks The mechanism for such a hotline would be largely similar to that of existing registration procedures for copyright issues.

Include Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, reacted as if stung by a wasp on the verdict. “I have rarely seen such pervasive internet censorship,” said Wales. Viviane Reding, Commissioner for Justice, believes that the verdict proves that the current European privacy laws dating back to the “digital stone age ‘and needs to be modernized.


In: Technology & Gadgets Asked By: [15446 Red Star Level]

Answer this Question

You must be Logged In to post an Answer.

Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »