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A Princess Is Making Google Forget Her Drunken Rant About Killing Muslims

The removal of nearly 200 links from Google search in Germany about a princess’ drunken rampage in Scotland raises questions about who has the ‘right to be forgotten.’

In 2014, German princess Theodora Sayn-Wittgenstein, 27 at the time, attended the University of St Andrews’ charity Oktoberfest, got drunk, assaulted police officers and first responders, and said: “I was doing my nails this morning and wondered how many Muslims I could kill.” Her family, with the help of Google and Europe’s right to be forgotten law, have been trying to make that night disappear.

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