Advertisers: US ‘right to be forgotten’ would be legally ‘baseless’
August 3, 2015
U.S. Regulators would be violating the First Amendment if they were to force Google and other search engines to delist certain irrelevant search results at a user’s request, a major advertising trade group said Friday.
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