The Right To Be Forgotten
Blog: Decision Management Community
You’ve probably heard about “the right to be forgotten” according to which Google has to delete search results about you, if you ask them to.
“According to a new General Data Protection Regulation of the EU, the right to be forgotten means that a data subject (user) can request the deletion of his data from any data controller (which includes web sites), and the data controller must delete the data without delay. Whether it’s a social network profile, items sold in online shops/auctions, location data, properties being offered for sale, even forum comments.” Read more