As Eli posted, a top EU court ruled "Google must amend some search results at the request of ordinary people in a test of the so-called 'right to be forgotten.'" Google is not at all happy about this ruling because, it claims, its business is not the storage of information but providing links to it.
But the strangest and possibly the most revealing thing about the BBC post on this story has to be this paragraph:
The EU Justice Commissioner, Viviane Reding, welcomed the court's decision in a post on Facebook, saying it was a "clear victory for the protection of personal data of Europeans"
She actually celebrated her right to be forgotten on and protected from cyberspace on Facebook. She actually did that without it seems a second thought. We are so much like fish now; we do not know we are always in water.