Daniel Hegglin's case is separate from the European Court of Justice's "right to be forgotten" ruling, which allows people in 32 European countries to ask Google to delete material that unfairly tarnishes their reputation. Photo: SCMP Daniel Hegglin's case is separate from the European Court of Justice's "right to be forgotten" ruling, which allows people in 32 European countries to ask Google to delete material that unfairly tarnishes their reputation. Photo: SCMP
Daniel Hegglin's case is separate from the European Court of Justice's "right to be forgotten" ruling, which allows people in 32 European countries to ask Google to delete material that unfairly tarnishes their reputation. Photo: SCMP

Google sued by Hong Kong-based banker over extreme internet trolling

Daniel Hegglin's case is separate from the European Court of Justice's "right to be forgotten" ruling, which allows people in 32 European countries to ask Google to delete material that unfairly tarnishes their reputation. Photo: SCMP Daniel Hegglin's case is separate from the European Court of Justice's "right to be forgotten" ruling, which allows people in 32 European countries to ask Google to delete material that unfairly tarnishes their reputation. Photo: SCMP
Daniel Hegglin's case is separate from the European Court of Justice's "right to be forgotten" ruling, which allows people in 32 European countries to ask Google to delete material that unfairly tarnishes their reputation. Photo: SCMP
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