A UK businessman is challenging Google to not remove a criminal conviction from the 1990’s in the search results. Google said it would “defend the public’s right to access lawful information”.
The right to be forgotten is a legal matter and is a process, set by The Court Of Justice in 2014.
“The UK case revolves around a businessman who wants Google to delete links to a criminal conviction for false accounting in the late 1990s. His conviction is deemed spent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.”