A British collective known as Google You Owe Us, which had a case against Google for allegedly bypassing default privacy settings on the Safari browser on iPhones to collect information blocked by the High Court, has launched an appeal against the decision.
The UK will have to change parts of its Investigatory Powers Act, after the High Court upheld a legal challenge brought by human rights campaigning group Liberty.
Two British businessmen have had contrasting outcomes in their bids to underline their right to be forgotten by Google, with one winning a case in the UK High Court and the other having his plea turned down.
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