The right to be forgotten legitimates requesting a search engine to remove certain information publicly known while forbidding third parties to access it.
Following the Information Commissioner’s Office investigation nr. RFA0627721 named “Provision of patient data to DeepMind”, the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust in person of its Chief Executive has been asked to comply with privacy, having found UK Data Protection Act of 1998 violations.
The US Department of Labor has received compelling evidence of “systemic compensation disparities against women” within the entire workforce of Google. The regional director of Department of Labor, in April 2017 has testified before San Francisco court in an ongoing investigation that Google is violating federal employment laws with its salaries for female workers “in the most common positions at Google headquarters”.
According to a report issued by the Wall Street Journal, Google's Academic Inc., Google has paid academics and professors to write papers supporting its views on public policy issues.
The report is based upon a study conducted by the non-profit advocacy group Campaign for Accountability that discovered 329 research papers concerning policy subjects published between 2005 to 2017 and funded by Google.
The Canada Federal Court of Ottawa, in the person of Mr Justice Mosley, issued on 30th January 2017 decision (docket T-1248-15) as between A.T. applicant, Globe24h.com and Sebastian Radulescu respondents and the Privacy Commissioner of Canada added respondent relating to personal information protection.
In the matter of the case n. 39740 and following two separate Statements of the Objections relating to illegal advantage given by Google Inc. to own comparison shopping service, on 27th June 2017, the EU Commission addresses a decision to Google Inc and its holding company Alphabet.
With decision n. 30 issued on February 26th, 2017, the Italian Data Protection Authority upholds the application lodged by an italian citizen claiming the "right to be forgotten".
With judgment of May 13th 2014 in case n. C-131/12 in the matter of Google Spain SL and Google Inc. against Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD) and Mario Costeja González, Court of Justice of the European Union ruled upon request for a preliminary ruling under Article 267 TFEU.
On October 5th 2015 the Supreme Court of the United States denied the petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit filed by Viringo Inc. in May 14th.
In the matter of Google investigation n. 40099 European Commission issued an Opening of Proceedings.
January3rd, 2013 Statement in matter of Google 111-0163 issued by Federal Trade Commission: “In sum, we find that the evidence presented at this time does not support the allegation that Google’s display of its own vertical content at or near the top of its search results page was a product design change undertaken without a legitimate business justification. Rather, we conclude that Google’s display of its own content could plausibly be viewed as an improvement in the overall quality of Google’s search product.