Adverse Media Screening and the Right to be Forgotten
Screening for adverse media can be a challenge. However, with the E.U. commission
ruling that many items can be removed from Google, this challenge has become
harder. As such, there is greater benefit for proprietary databases that are
not subject to such regulation.
To illustrate the point consider that recently, according to several news
sources, details of a case reporting that Mohamed Alie Barrie, 38, of Pinewood
Close, Dartford, being charged with conspiracy to defraud, conspiracy to money
launder and money laundering were removed from Google’s searches – meaning
that such search results are no longer discoverable within Google.