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EU Reinforces ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ By Erasing False Claims Of People


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The European Union (EU) Court of Justice recently ruled that its ‘right to be forgotten’ law will now extend to bogus claims about individuals. Going forward, Google, Bing, and other search engines will be made to remove requested search results that are “manifestly inaccurate.” 

Of course, those submitting requests for these results to be removed will be tasked with providing enough evidence for their claims, though the legislation stipulates they’ll only be made to offer proof that can be “reasonably” acquired, not requiring a court ruling. 

The ruling states that the person who has made a request for search results to be de-referenced must submit “relevant and sufficient evidence capable of substantiating his or her request and of establishing the manifest inaccuracy of the information” found in the posts.

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