The "right to be forgotten" refers to an EU decision forcing Google and other search engines to remove upon request, indexed links to specific web pages. The legal basis of this is based on Article 12 of the Directive 95/46/EC.
Removing a link from Google does not mean that the page is removed, only that people in the EU can not find that page in Google. This means that people can still find it in Google if they are browsing from outside the EU.
There are two major actions you can take against a link with Google:
aRemove links from Google aRemove my home from Google Map's Street View
However, at Strathclyde Forensics we go beyond the headlines and the big names. The truth is that although Google is the most powerful search engine, it is not the only one. This means that others like Yahoo, Bing, Lycos, as well as Russian and Chinese search engines, play an important role on finding information.
We have a comprehensive list of all important search engines that we shall contact with the requests to removed the link of interest to you. We shall also provide other additional material to Google and the other search engines that will create and positive effect and will push down on the result pages any links that are not properly removed.
Strathclyde Forensics can help you protect your reputation, your business and your family from the damage that a malicious article, web page, or something from your past that you wish you had left behind, can do.