Google does not have to delete links to a factually correct, albeit unflattering news article, Germany’s top court has ruled in two separate cases on Monday.

Siding with the lower courts in rejecting the two appeals, Germany’s federal court of justice decided on individuals’ rights to have the internet-search giant Google remove links to articles about them, also known as the right to be forgotten, or the right to erasure. 

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