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How do I make a successful right to be forgotten application

Google’s latest right to be forgotten report on UK removals reveals that 3 out of 5 requests for delisting web content from its search results are being refused. This is nearly 61% refusal rate.

Why some right to be forgotten applications have a much higher likelihood of success then others?right to be forgottenWe have examined the main reasons for Google refusal to delist and it is clear that there are common error made in the right to be forgotten application. Find out here about  the 3 most common reasons for Google rejecting right to be forgotten applications

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