26 Jun '14, 1pm

Google Begins Removing Search Results Over “Right To Be Forgotten” Demands: Google has begun processing

Google has begun processing and removing the approved submissions done through the right to the Right To Be Forgotten Form . The Right To Be Forgotten is a European Court Of Justice ruling from May 2014 that EU citizens could request that search engines remove links to pages deemed private, even if the pages themselves remain on the internet. Those requests are now being removed from the search results.

Full article: http://searchengineland.com/google-begins-removing-search...

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