The man’s past crime will be “delisted” from the search engine after a “ground-breaking and “unprecedented” High Court ruling. A businessman fighting for the “right to be forgotten” on Google has won his “unprecedented” High Court action against the tech giant. The man, named only as NT2 in court, wanted a past crime he committed to not come up in search results. Mr Justice Warby delivered a blow to Google by ruling in his favour on Friday. The judge rejected a similar claim by a second businessman, referred to only as NT1, who had been convicted of a more serious crime. The claims were apparently the first of their kind in England. Carter-Ruck, the law firm…