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Right to be forgotten

We are the only law firm in the UK with a dedicated team that specialises exclusively in making successful right to be forgotten applications. Often a right to be forgotten application forms the basis of a subsequent appeal to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO).

The ICO is far more likely to overturn Google refusal to allow a right to be forgotten application than most people realise. Our experience is that an average of around 92% of right to be forgotten applications that our firm submits on behalf of our clients are successful, either with Google or upon appeal. This include right to be forgotten applications that end up being appealed to the ICO.

Successful right to be forgotten applications that we have recently submitted and have been successful with, include applications on behalf of individuals who had been convicted of criminal offences and of teachers who had been subject to teacher misconduct disciplinary procedure by National College for Teaching and Leadership, including teachers who had been subject to suspension which had in the meantime expired. We are generally highly successful in submitting right to be forgotten applications in relation to individuals who had been investigated, charged and tried by criminal courts and who had been found not guilty by the jury. Right to be forgotten applications that fall under this category include applications on behalf of celebrities and other individuals who are in the public eye or whose cases attracted media attention for various reasons.

When submitting a right to be forgotten application in relation to a newspaper article that is published online, you must take into consideration the possibility that Google will inform the publishes, particularly mainstream news publishers, of your application. This could result in various freedom of information by the news reported which you must be ready to handle and often object to as quickly as possible. Our supper friendly and highly knowledgeable lawyers are happy to help and answer any questions that you might have. Call us for a chat and for further advice on how to complete a successful right to be forgotten application.

Right to be forgotten. We are the only law firm in the UK with a dedicated team that specialises exclusively in making successful right to be forgotten applications.
  • More good news for our clients who have been awaiting a decision by the High Court in relation to a right to be forgotten claim against Google. The latest right to be forgotten claim against Google was in relation to a criminal conviction which Google refused to remove references to from its search results.

     The outcome of this latest right to be forgotten case would help remove a great deal of uncertainly

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  • Right to be forgotten. Does Google delist search results from Google searches worldwide or only from European Google searches?

    The purpose of this article is to update our clients on the latest position in relation to successful Right to be Forgotten applications and the current position regarding the removal of  search results from Google worldwide.

    Following the Google Spain decision in 2014,

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  • On 12 October 2014, Google reported to have rejected more than two thirds of all the ‘right to be forgotten’ applications they received from UK applicants. By contrast, Cohen Davis has obtained nearly 92% success rate with its right to be forgotten applications to Google and the ICO.

    Google’s decision to comply with any such applications is of course at their discretion (albeit in accordance with the landmark

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  • If you already made an application to Google under the right to be forgotten and your application was declined, you have a right to appeal to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the regulator responsible for data protection in the United Kingdom, which has the power to overturn Google’s decisions.

    "For most people the application to the ICO under the right to be

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  • If your right to be forgotten application was refused by Google, don’t be disheartened. You now have at least two options to choose from before moving forward.

    The first one is to make an application to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) to appeal Google’s decision to refuse your right to be forgotten application, and the second is to issue Google with a s10 letter under the Data Protection Act (DPA),

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  • Adverse results from search engines can often have severe consequences, sometimes affecting you as an individual, sometimes affecting your family and at other times affecting your business. This will seem particularly unfair where the information presented by the search engine against your name or the name of your business is untrue, deceptive or very old.

  • Many "webpage removal specialists" offer to remove bad pages from the search results by using search engine optimisation (SEO).

    It is a series of techniques that companies use to try and make their websites appear on the first pages of internet search results.

    It is largely a promotional tool which, if used knowledgeably, can bring almost any business tons of

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