Internet is the virtual fabric where anyone in the world can spread and find various types of content that can be harmful to the good name of individuals or companies.

On 14 May 2014, the European Court of Justice ruled that every citizen has the right to oblivion, that is, the right to apply directly to the search engines the de-indexing of online content concerning them.

As also guaranteed by GDPR – in force since May 25 last year – if personal data is used illegally, you can do the cancellation request.

From another point of view, the oblivion right is the right of an individual to be forgotten, or to no longer be remembered for facts which in the past have been the subject of the news.

However, when it comes to public figures, oblivion contrasts with the freedom of the press, or the right to publish what is connected to facts and events of public interest.

So as not to be spread the word without a real public interest, this is not revived old news (detrimental) when it is no longer responsive to a current need for information.

More and more people are turning to a detective agency to remove that content considered offensive to your person or your company for the protection of web reputation

Private investigators first proceed to the identification of such content; after which we share your information online deemed undesirable from the point of reputational and negative content are selected. At this point, it gives way to the removal procedures, with a continuous monitoring of the results, until total completion of the process.