Sean Quinn says he "doesn't know anything" about news reports relating to the Quinn family being removed from Google searches.
Speaking on The Joe Finnegan Show, Mr Quinn said "it's of no interest" to him and added he's "capable of taking the bullets" that have been fired at him.
The EU's "right to be forgotten law" allows individuals the right to ask search engines like Google to delist certain results related to a person's name.
The Quinn family succeeded in having court reports and articles about their lifestyles removed from Google searches.
However, the de-listed reports are still on the publisher's websites.
Adrian Weckler is the Irish Independent's Tech Editor - he told Northern Sound there's a "tension" with these privacy rights "spilling into news articles":