If Google can not find you, then you have not achieved anything yet in this life. But this Internet-proverb may be true, and also conversely: if you can not be found in Google, it means that you made the data about you effaced from the history of Internet search. This is how the “right to be forgotten” works. It applies in EU and in Russia, but is it needed for Ukrainian Internet?

According to Denis Beregovyi, founding partner of Axon Partners, “right to be forgotten” is not very popular in the world, it operates in the EU, Argentina, Russia, there is a chance that it will be introduced in Japan. “The issue is not the most urgent yet for Ukraine- of course, when there are blind trusts and offshore companies” – the expert said.

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