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Tried... and Failed :(


Tried... and Failed :(

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BenS
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Typical how for "one of those" convictions, the ROA doesn't apply in many people's eyes, even officially for ancillary orders etc. that prevent the actual conviction from being spent even after the time has elapsed.
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It seems so incredibly wrong that a non government agency, that is driven by market forces, can be judge and jury in the matter of people's right to a private family life.
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Hi all, 

New to the forum and these posts ring true with me. 

I spent over £3,000 with an internet reputation firm to try and solve this issue with me however it doesnt make much of a difference...what the company provided me was all the leg work that I could've done myself.

Setting up blogs and webpages/ social media pages etc.

thing is; if you're online from a negative way the last thing you want to do is appear online in anyway - I know seeing the links that refer to e are distressing as hell; even after 6 years. My conviction is long spent, however the online presence of the event won't ever disappear. The mighty google decides that as a company they can keep one's reputation destroyed forever if they feel that they want to.

Utter nonsense.
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I had another pop at this recently, given there last response I tried down the route that an image search of *INSERT NAME* without modifiers heralded a picture of me within one page... 

The response within 24hrs was blunt, neven gonna happen not now not ever. So sorry to any folk reading this but that CJEU judgement means nothing in the eyes of Google, or the ICO it would seem! Sad
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