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    You may want to look at this story. It is now retracted by NPR. I think it may be related or even be the same people.
    https://www.npr.org/2018/04/03/598239092/the-man-who-spent-100k-to-remove-a-lie-from-google

    A original copy can be seen on the wayback machine:
    https://web.archive.org/web/20180403204501/https://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2018/04/03/598239092/the-man-who-spent-100k-to-remove-a-lie-from-google

    The jail time for NT1 is about the same.

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    It the EU the only jurisdiction that has ‘right to be forgotten’ legislation?

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      Hi Del, according to Wikipedia, only the EU and Argentina currently have this legislation, I’m not sure if anyone else is considering it but imagine some have legislation that over-rides or covers similar issues.

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        Thanks, I was specifically thinking of north america which if memory serves has no method to be forgotten by google. Even the families of those who have committed suicide due to bullying have according to news reports I’ve read have been unable to have their lost children forgotten by google. I believe I’m remembering those stories correctly.

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