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Daily Dashboard | Court Ruling Makes Right To Be Forgotten a Reality Related reading: This week's top-five most-read privacy stories

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In what many are calling an historic decision, the European Union’s highest court has ruled that Google must provide users, in certain instances, with a right to delete links about themselves, including in some cases, public records. The European Court of Justice has said the automatic indexing of information that contains personal data “must be classified as ‘processing of personal data’” and that “the operator of the search engine must be regarded as the ‘controller’ in respect to that processing” and “is obliged to remove from the list of results displayed following a search made on the basis of a person’s name links to web pages, published by third parties and containing information relating to that person,” even “when its publication in itself on those pages is lawful.” This exclusive for The Privacy Advisor looks into the ruling and reactions from across the privacy spectrum.
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