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Date of removal: 23 March 2016

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Additional information: Our right to be forgotten lawyers made an application to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) under a right to be forgotten with a request that the ICO orders Google to remove search results featuring the Daily Record news article as the article had made extensive references to our client. The ICO considered that our clients’ ability to obtain employment, which was made difficult by the news article outweighed the public interest in the information remaining available via search results. The ICO therefore considered that the information featuring was no longer relevant and it ordered Google remove the result within 28 days.

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