The Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, Bundesverfassungsgericht, upheld a civil court's decision to reject a right-to-be-forgotten claim. A former mayor's son sued a magazine publisher to have the connection to his father removed from a news archive, which could be called up with a Google search. Both courts ruled the request was not valid because the publication of the relationship did not violate the right of personality. (Original post is in German.)
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