Point of Order, Analyst Orlowski ...
While Common Law and the Napoleonic Code are prima facie contentious on the subject of excessive remand (bail while awaiting trial) this has long since been cleared up by the guys who wear whigs in the office.
It is therefore safe to say that the "right to be forgotten" is the assertion that no remand under any circumstances is Google Common Law, therefore
1) We refer you to the reply given in the case of Arkell v. Pressdram
2) jake wrote: Fuck google. That works too for me too. Thanks mi lord.