‘Right to be forgotten’ goes predictably wrong

Google says lots of Europeans are not telling the truth, the whole and or anything resembling the truth when they ask to have search results about themselves “forgotten.”

Who could have predicted such an outcome? I mean who besides anyone with a modicum of common sense.

From a story by our IDG New Service:

In a letter to European data regulators, Google listed some of the challenges it faces in complying with the ruling, which allows people to compel search engines like Google and Bing to remove links to pages that mention their name, if the references are “inadequate,” “irrelevant” or “excessive.”

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Network World Paul McNamara