Wednesday, 28 May 2014

EU’s privacy ruling on Google

Waseem Saddique Marketing Services in Birmingham reveal Google’s ruling by the European Court of Justice.

On 13th May 2014, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the highest court in Europe ruled against Google in a landmark privacy case, EU Citizens were asserted that they have a “right to be forgotten”.

If requested, Google must now remove any inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant search results.

As a processor of multiple amounts of information throughout the world, Google was determined by the courts as more than a processor of information.

An SEO expert from Waseem Saddique Marketing Services has said “Google is responsible for the links which it provides in its search results. Google should be compelled to remove links when they encroach on personal privacy.”

A recent E-Mail sent to The Cable News Network (CNN) saw a Google spokesman saying that the ECJ ruling had been disappointing and the company needed more time to “analyse the implications.”

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