A search engine operator never forgets... unless you ask it to —​ the practical challenges of the CJEU Google case decision

Regulators deliberate as search engine operators work to assemble and implement compliant practices in the wake of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s (CJEU’s) purposive and controversial decision in last month’s Google case.

Mr Gonzáles asked Google Spain and Google Inc to remove links to two reports regarding an historic repossession order against him, which would show up in search results whenever his name was Googled. The Spanish data protection authority — the Agencia Española de Protección de Datos — referred a number of key questions to the CJEU, which responded as follows…

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