Last year Europeans were given a golden opportunity to require internet search engines to remove links to undesirable information about them on the internet. Within the first 4 months Google UK had received almost 65,000 applications to remove links from its search results but it only approved less than a third of the requests.
Upon close examination of a score of rejected right to be forgotten applications my team has identified 3 common errors that are likely to contribute to a failed application. I thought it was worth telling people about those and how to avoid them before they actually make the application as otherwise it might be too late. Read more How to make a successful right to be forgotten application and share this post if you know someone who can benefit from it.