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Remove news articles from Google 18 December 2018

Jurisdiction: United States Remove news articles from Google

Articles removed from: Google search

Date of removal: 18 December 2018

Number of news articles removed: 2

Our client complained about news articles which related to a criminal prosecution in 2000 which resulted in the applicant being found not guilty. The main witness in his case had admitted in court that she had been lying in her evidence.

The new paper articles described the main witness’ evidence at court, evidence which turned out to be false. The article created a false impression that our client was a sexual predator. Our solicitors made a successful application to Google to remove links to the news article on the basis that the data contained about our client in the news articles was inaccurate and had a disproportionately negative impact on our client, breaching his right to be considered innocent, and his right to private life. There was no public interest in the continued publication.   


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