Digital Privacy : The Right To Be Forgotten

The EU ruling that led to Google being tasked with removing “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant” information about individuals upon request has resulted in Google having a mammoth job ahead of them. We have sourced a helpful infograph to give a brief overview of what the implications of this ruling are. We believe young professionals should be watching developments in this move toward UK internet censorship as it could stand to have significant impacts on digital business strategy. Google is researched by students studying information technologies, because Google's algorithms are constantly changing, and in order to be successful, you need to constantly follow the changes. We offer purchase term papers on how google algorithms work.

The Right To Be Forgotten [infograph]

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Infrograph credit: Milly Bygrave via

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