The Law Society is planning to use
the Law Societys ruling on the right to be forgotten on line
to challenge anti-solicitor websites, Law Society can reveal.
According to papers seen by its
membership committee last week, the society periodically takes and
preserves screenshots, and logs and investigates all complaints
from members about the sites, but none are generating the volume
of complaints necessary to justify Law Society action...
However, the committee was told
that the Law Society case may provide a new legal basis
for a representative complaint to Law Society about harmful websites,
and if that does not succeed, to the Information Commissioners
The Law Society/Legal Ombudsman are/were going
to name all solicitors that had a complaint made against them
(that's if anyone knows where to find it?) but not going to give
details of what the complaint against them were.
. . . .
Just more of that 'Protection
Racket' in action so us Idiots still don't know