The BBC, The Guardian, and Daily Mail push back on Google’s right to be forgotten

Among the first beneficiaries of the right to be forgotten: An investment banker involved in the global financial crisis.

“Google is confirming the fears of many in the industry that the ‘right to be forgotten’ will be abused to curb freedom of expression and to suppress legitimate journalism that is in the public interest,” writes BBC economics editor Robert Peston.

This is a terrible law. There is no right to be forgotten.

‘Right to be forgotten’: BBC, The Guardian, Daily Mail push back on Google

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