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Daily Dashboard | CJEU rules search engine operators must delete 'manifestly inaccurate' results Related reading: US state law privacy developments: Indiana, New Hampshire, Washington

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The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled search engine operators must delete search results if an individual proves information about them is "manifestly inaccurate." The decision comes after Google denied a request by two investment managers to "de-reference" results of a search they claimed produced "inaccurate claims." The German Federal Court of Justice asked the CJEU for its interpretation of the EU General Data Protection Regulation, which governs the right to erasure. 
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