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In an article for re/code, Future of Privacy Forum’s Jules Polonetsky, CIPP/US, and IAPP Vice President of Research and Education Omer Tene discuss last week’s decision by the European Court of Justice requiring Google to delete certain search results. The decision indicates that “even the highest of courts can lack a basic technical dexterity,” the authors write, noting, however, that “condemning the court’s decision should not invalidate the concerns it sought to address.” Meanwhile, Google has been in touch with EU data protection regulators since the court’s decision and says it will release an online tool to remove personal information, and the UK Information Commissioner’s Office has outlined how it will handle complaints on the way search engines address “right-to-be-forgotten” requests.
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