‘Right to be forgotten’: UK’s high court hears second Google case

A second businessman who wants links to articles about his criminal past removed from search engine results has launched a high court fight.

The man, known as NT2, was convicted more than 10 years ago of conspiracy to intercept communications, a high court judge has been told.

NT2 argues his conviction is legally spent and he has a right to be forgotten. Google disagrees and is resisting his request to take down the links to website articles, including several published by national newspapers and media.

Source: ‘Right to be forgotten’: high court hears second Google case | Technology | The Guardian