On the 18th September, Radio 4’s ‘The Report’ broadcast an edition which focused on the ‘right to be forgotten’. In particular, they look at some particular cases that relate to people with criminal convictions. You can listen to the recording here.
The ‘Google effect‘ can result in discrimination from employers, universities and others. If you have a spent conviction that can still be found online  there may be a legal remedy. The GDPR gives people ‘the right to erasure’ – sometimes called ‘the right to be forgotten’. The publication of an item, article or link which
Information Hub Update Read this update in full on our Information Hub. You might have seen in the news recently that Google has launched a system where people can request information be removed from Google’s search results. This has come about because of a ruling on the 13th May by the Court of Justice of