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Russia adopts new law on 'right to be forgotten'

Tuesday 7 July 2015 | 11:09 CET | News
Russia's parliament gave its final approval to a law that would require internet search engines to remove users' personal information from their results, reports Reuters. The bill, passed by the parliament's  lower house in its third reading, seeks to emulate the EU rules on the "right to be forgotten", under which search engines must take down certain results that appear under a search of a person's name. Under the new Russian legislation, internet users will have the right to request the removal of information that is incorrect or no longer relevant because of subsequent events or

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Categories: Internet
Countries: Russian Federation
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