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The Right To Be Forgotten In Search Engine Queries

A draft of European Union Protection laws, published last month by the Commission, suggest that individuals will have the "right to be forgotten." The proposed law would enforce organizations to delete personal data stored about them. Organizations that have made the data public will be liable for the data published by third parties and will be required to take all reasonable steps, including technical measures to inform them to delete the information. A Google privacy lawyer believes search engines should not be responsible for deleting personally identifying information.

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