Just to clarify the EU court ruling didn't say:
1. You have no right to be forgotten by the Newspaper that published the story
2. You have a right to be forgotten by search engines.
It said something like:
You may have a right to be forgotten if your right to privacy in certain information outweighs the public interesting in knowing and accessing the information, and if removing the information from a search engine is a proportionate response.
EU law is often drafted in terms of proportionality, and the CJEU doesn't usually rule on the facts of a case, just gives guidance on interpreting the law. The key parts were that a search engine didn't have immunity just because it didn't host the original content (it was still processing data) and that just because the information was still available on a website didn't mean that removing it from a search engine was necessarily a waste.