A concert pianist has attempted to invoke Europe's new 'right to be forgotten' law to have a critical review of a performance removed. According to the Washington Post, Croatian pianist Dejan Lazic sent a letter to the news organization, requesting that they pull a review of a 2010 performance from Google search results, claiming that it was 'defamatory','opinionated' and 'mean-spirited'. The review, by classical music writer Anne Midgette, seems more tepid than highly critical of Lazic's performance at the Kennedy Center, suggesting that in spite of his talent, the performance was, as a whole, lackluster. "It's not that Lazic isn't...

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