SCOTS SUING GOOGLE FOR ‘RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN’ FAIL TO CLOSE DOWN WEBSITE

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Two Scots who attempted to get this website closed down or either have all stories and pictures about them removed failed in their bid at Koh Samui Provincial Court.

Brian Goudie and David Hanks last month lodged a case at Bangkok Criminal court against the founders of Google and the entire board for failing to close this website quoting the European Court ‘Right to be Forgotten’ judgment.

But already in Thailand Koh Samui court has dismissed similar claims after a heated hearing on the holiday island. The court has ordered all parties not to report on the testimony pending settlement of libel cases.

A case brought by Goudie against Andrew Drummond for libel and libel under the Computer Crimes Act was adjourned for decision whether to accept or refuse on August 27th. A case brought by Hanks was adjourned for examination of his witness Brian Goudie on September 17th/

Goudie’s reaction

Fuller Report to follow.

Goudie’s story on his Casewatchasia site

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