European Regulators show their discontent with Google over ‘Right to be Forgotten’ ruling

Washington, July 25: European regulators showed their dissatisfaction with Google’s management of controversial ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling.

European court of Justice ruled in May that citizens had a right to ask search engines to have obsolete information about them removed.

Britain’s information Commissioner, Cristopher Graham said he was expecting several requests.

Google makes millions out of processing people’s personal information, said the Commissioner.

He said that airbrushing bits from people’s embarrassing past was not going to happen, reports the Mashable.

According to reports, Google, Yahoo and Microsoft were supposed to meet European regulators in Brussels in order to discuss the issue. The meeting is known as the Article 29 Working Party. (ANI)