A former village mayor in Baden-Württemberg has abandoned a years-long legal fight against Google on Wednesday.
Previously, the higher regional court of Stuttgart had taken to the man in an appeal hearing clear that he could not do the search engine operators are responsible for when in the search of his Name, realized in connection with the word “Balkan” Links to texts appear, the defamatory Statements and insults.
be as bad As the lyrics for him, said the presiding judge Matthias Haag, adults not entitled to injunctive relief and permanent deletion against Google.
The Ex-mayor of the commune of Hausen Ob Verena in Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany withdrew its appeal against a judgment of the district court of Rottweil. “Although not Give up to fit me,” he said.
he wanted to Achieve with his long-standing legal dispute that the Internet giant deletes the result links to a total of 14 offensive texts permanently. The district court of Rottweil had rejected his claim. The higher regional court judge Hague said on Wednesday that the then in force the EU General data protection regulation (DSGVO) change the facts.
The plaintiff was 17 years mayor of the municipality in the district of Tuttlingen and also Director of public works and the Chairman of the waste water purpose Association. Therefore, the Federal Ministry for economic co-operation in 2001, had charged him with the establishment of an effective administration and the municipal infrastructure in Albanian cities.
The insulting texts with words like “Alban mafia” and “corruption lobby” came from a Blog, the author is not believe this, said the plaintiff. He injured his personality rights, his work in Albania had always been legal.