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Right to be forgotten

Right to be forgotten

Legal advice right to be forgotten

You might feel lost and unsure about making a right to be forgotten request. Whilst the form appears to be short and easy to complete, when you consider that the outcome of your submission could decide whether your future will become more memorable than your past, you will be right to conclude that your likelihood of success is likely to substantially increase with the support of expert advice.

Dedicated expert lawyers for right to be forgotten applications

Making a successful right to be forgotten application

Implications of right to be forgotten submissions

Dedicated expert lawyers for right to be forgotten applications

We have a dedicated team of lawyers who give right to be forgotten help, support and legal advice to anyone who needs it. If you are looking to make a right to be forgotten submission, you should consider contacting a member of our dedicated team. 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, your initial right to be forgotten application would form the basis of any subsequent appeals to the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) or by way of a GDPR Notice to Google so you might consider it essential to get your right to be forgotten application right from the outset. Hopefully, there will never be a need to file an appeal.

Making a successful right to be forgotten application

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, of teachers who had been subjected to teacher misconduct disciplinary procedure by National College for Teaching and Leadership, of medical professionals and practitioners who had been subject to BMA disciplinary process and entrepreneurs whose historical errors have been following for far too long. 

Our particular speciality is the submission of 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. Other successful right to be forgotten applications submitted by our dedicated team were submitted on behalf of celebrities and other individuals who are in the public eye or whose legal cases or past conduct attracted media attention for various reasons. You can read more about examples of right to be forgotten cases

Implications of right to be forgotten submissions

When submitting a right to be forgotten application to remove news articles from Google in relation to a newspaper article that is published online, you must take into consideration the possibility that Google will inform the publishers, particularly mainstream news publishers, of your application.

You should therefore be ready for this eventuality and be prepared to object to any potential additional reporting by the newspaper. Generally speaking, it is not allowed for a news organisation to report about your right to be forgotten application. Our supper friendly and highly knowledgeable lawyers are happy to help and answer any right to be forgotten questions that you might have.

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