MRISG Talk – EU & Google

MRISG Talk Continued….

censoredSome time ago MRI-SG wrote an article about how MRI, Dominic Pickering and Darragh MacAnthony were using their own people, media companies, lawyers, Carter Ruck and Bains Cohen and On-line Reputation Companies to limit what people found on the internet using a search engine.  Burying bad news about MRI and their lamentable behaviour to their Victims they referred to by them as customers.  The list of Search Engine spoiling carried out was on an almost industrial scale to prevent you finding the truth.

However, more recently the European court appear to have let the flood open gates for individuals have their history wiped or at least remain unlisted in their search results.  This came about from a Spanish citizen who objected to the input of their name returning a newspaper article detailing their bankruptcy some years before.

Now the big question….  Will Darragh MacAnthony, Dominic Pickering and their band of questionable directors now flood Google with requests that their involvement in one of Europe’s largest scams be removed?

This article by Danny Sullivan of Search Engine Land suggests that the request may well be allowed but weather the removal of links from Google‘s search results may not be what they will get.  The MRISG have directed Google to our own article published in 2011, MRISG Talk, and to MRI owes me money pages to have them attempt to remove spurious entries deliberately created to have MacAnthony & Co.’s pasts buried in a list of useless and pointless links.

Google-Logo-300x125Google have responded stating that the articles, websites and videos mainly breach their code and are indeed preventing meaningful search results.  However, when they have time to implement the weeding of the spoilers is anyone’s guess.

Google guidance also means that if they reject someone’s claim to have their history wiped it is upto the EU court to rule and not them, although outside Europe they will not be removed.  They also point out that any requests have to be for an individual and not a company unless requested by a serving director.  As all the MRI companies are now in liquidation there are no directors to make the claim for the links to be removed so no links about the company MRI Overseas Properties etc.. should ever be removed by them.  Also the fact that the MRI Directors are or were listed is a matter of public record so will not be removed by Google because they could be sued should someone end up losing money because Google blocked or failed to list pertinent public records.

I can see the lawyers all rubbing their hands in anticipation of getting very rich over this ruling.  I wonder if MacAnthony and Co. have already made their submissions to Google‘s take down notices.

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