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new European law can be used by less progressive governments to increase control of the internet – considers the head of Google Larry Page.
In an interview, Page said that the new law, which forced Google to implement the possibility of deletion requests, may in the future contribute to the destruction of the technology startup s.
– The law will used by less progressive governments than those in Europe to do bad things – warned Page.
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Larry Page assured that Google is trying to increase its involvement in Europe, being” more European “.
Head of Europe praised Google for “vigilance” in the matter relating to the activities of the NSA. He assured, however, that data stored by Google have a reputation when it comes to protection.
Google launched on Friday a special website, through which the user can request to have disappeared from the network links to information about him. The company performs in this way the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union, which on May 13 ruled that Google must give Internet users’ right to be forgotten “.Google must remove the links from the search results relating to personal data of individuals, if they want this alone interested in, and information about it are “irrelevant or outdated.”
If Google does not consider any request to remove the link, decision might be appealed first to the national data protection supervisor, then to the court. The decision was taken as support for the so-called. right to be forgotten (right to be forgotten), that the right individuals to erase from the public circulation of information relating to them.
Author: mn / / / Source: The Guardian, TVN 24 Business and the World
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