Route Map out of Lockdown

Now we have heard the government’s plans to move us all out of lockdown, it is a good time to think about the future and check out your online reputation. Many people who have had time on their hands over the past year have thought about their future and whether they...

Time on your hands?

If you’re at a loose end during this lockdown, you should do something positive and tackle your online reputation. Like it or not, search engines hold lots of personal information about you that can be easily searched. Most of this is innocuous, but some of it can be...

Crunch Decision for Apple

News that Apple is making a search engine to rival Google – which currently has more than 86 per cent of the UK search market – makes us wonder if they will adhere to the GDPR thereby respecting people’s privacy. We have seen that Google have a cavalier attitude...

Google and the Right to be Forgotten

When dealing with Google, it is good to bear in mind that the Google right to erasure policy is both erratic and random.  The Google Right to be Forgotten seems to depend on the individual who is dealing with a request and whether they have had a good or bad...

The Right to a Second Chance

The new right to be forgotten was enshrined in law last week, but it will have passed a lot of people by. Many will not know – or care – about their online profile, but for others the right to erasure is vital to their future. Who Cares? People who may...