markr at signal100.com
Mon May 19 17:30:12 EDT 2014
On 19/05/2014 17:11, Stacy Johnson wrote:
> Okay, thank you for the help.
> On Mon, May 19, 2014 at 12:03 PM, Ethan Blanton <elb at pidgin.im
> <mailto:elb at pidgin.im>> wrote:
> Stacy Johnson spake unto us the following wisdom:
> > Is it possible to have the below links removed so that when my email
> > address is put into search engines, it does not come up?
> No. We do not control marc.info <http://marc.info>, you would have
> to contact them. In
> general, you are not going to have much success achieving this,
> though. These mailing lists (and indeed most public mailing lists)
> are archived on dozens of public web sites.
However, bearing in mind the European Court of Justice's recent ruling
against Google on the 'right to be forgotten' then you may have more
luck sending a demand to Google to be excluded forever from their database!
I'm not saying that the judgement was a sensible one (in fact I think
it's foolish and misses the legitimate point of the 'right to be
forgotten') but it could nevertheless be useful if you want to be
forgotten in this context.
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