Google seeks to limit ‘right to be forgotten’ by claiming it’s journalistic - Columbia Journalism Review

In the first “right to be forgotten” case to reach England’s High Court, two men are fighting to keep their past crimes out of Google’s search results, and the tech giant is fighting back by claiming it’s “journalistic.” The case, which is actually two nearly identical cases, involves two businessmen who were both convicted of […]

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