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Finnish court issues precedent “right to be forgotten” decision for Google to remove data

The Supreme Administrative Court ruled that Google must remove a convicted man’s information from its search engine data, as requested, in respect of his privacy. The court ruled that even though the crime in question was extremely serious, the public’s right to information on the case did not outweigh the man’s right to privacy and personal data protection.

Source: Finnish court issues precedent “right to be forgotten” decision for Google to remove data | Yle Uutiset | yle.fi

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