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  • Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but you’ve been given 17.5 infraction points.

    Reason: infecting the forum with fun. Serious discussions only

    This means you’ll now serve a ban.
    We do have an equivalent - the PDPA.

    Notable differences from what I know include the concept of Deemed Consent and plenty of exceptions to data minimization and erasure.

    The requirement to destroy or deidentify personal data only exists when there are no longer any legal or business or any other purpose for the retention of the personal data. There are plenty of limitations to this as well.

    I think they can try getting a lawyer to write to Google with a simple request and see how it plays from there. I’m in no place to suggest anything to them obviously, but I’ll tell my manager to bring it up as a verbal suggestion.

    Thanks for satisfying my curiosity haha. Maybe something good will come out of it for someone.
    The AsiaPac HQ is here in Singapore itself. So if Google did not process or index these search result in the EU, it would not be in the jurisdiction of the GDPR?
    Thanks. Would this only apply for requests coming from or for behalf of EU citizens?
    Ah I see. We have an NPO client that basically helps ex-offenders find work and such. One of the biggest issues they face is when people have their criminal records removed after certain periods of no offence, they start indicating that they have no criminal records on job applications. But when HR performs their background check and find an article linking the dude to the crime, they assume the candidate lied and reject him/her.

    Was just wondering if the relevant search results could be removed in such cases.
    According to EU law, are search engines required to honour requests to delete links to personal information upon request? Anywhere I can read more about this?
    The motorway begins at Redbridge near Totton at a grade separated roundabout with the A35, heading north, briefly as a dual 3 lane motorway. At its first junction, it reduces to 2 lanes and continues east of Hillyfields. After a further 1 mile (1.6 km) it reaches a junction with the M27 at a signal controlled roundabout. North of the M27 it enters the countryside and terminates after a further 1 mile (1.6 km) of dual 2 lane road at another roundabout, this time with the A3057 near Upton.

    The route has several features that are inconsistent with UK motorway standards, including a sharp bend at its southern terminus, and an at-grade roundabout at its junction with the M27. Hampshire County Council's LTTP to 2026 (Long Term Transport Plan) identifies the need for an 'M271 Spur' at the southern end to connect it to the A33 towards the docks in a free-flow interchange
    The M271 is a motorway near Southampton in Hampshire, England. It is 3 miles (4.8 km) long, and is one of the shortest motorways in the country. Construction began in 1973 and it opened in 1975.[1] It provides part of the route to Southampton Docks from the M27, which in turn makes up another part of the route to the docks from the nearby M3 Motorway.
    I mean, you are treating me like I'm a massive dick. Is that what you really think or is it something else?
    Apart from being a mod, I am also a poster and a human being. I made a mistake. I was infracted for it. Are you incapable of cutting me slack?
    Ah ITSTL. yeah definitely worth a re-read. I want to know more about this alternate timeline he's created. I see they made an adaptation with Keira Knightly. Don't think I can bring myself to watch it tbh.

    Still yet to read Remains of the Day
    Just finished Never Let Me Go. Apart from being a gun book I'm sure you'd like it for the legal implications.

    The evil Darth Vader stands amid the broken and twisted bodies
    of his foes. He grabs a wounded Rebel Officer by the neck as
    an Imperial Officer rushes up to the Dark Lord.

    The Death Star plans are not in the
    main computer.

    Vader squeezes the neck of the Rebel Officer, who struggles
    in vain.
    Where are those transmissions you

    Vader lifts the Rebel off his feet by his throat.

    What have you done with those plans?

    We intercepted no transmissions.
    Aaah... This is a consular ship.
    Were on a diplomatic mission.
    At last! Where have you been?

    Stormtroopers can be heard battling in the distance.

    They're heading in this direction.
    What are we going to do? We'll be
    sent to the spice mine of Kessel or
    smashed into who knows what!

    Artoo scoots past his bronze friend and races down the
    subhallway. Threepio chases after him.

    Wait a minute, where are you going?

    Artoo responds with electronic beeps.
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