04 Jul '15, 4am

Russian Parliament Approves “Right To Be Forgotten” In Search Engines via @sengineland

as being too sweeping compared the the EU’s Right To Be Forgotten , which itself has come under criticism. The Russian law doesn’t require that actual links be identified for removal, simply that people can object to content in general and ask search engines to somehow remove all of it. The law also only removes links in search engines, not from hosting websites.

Full article: http://searchengineland.com/russia-right-to-forget-224466...

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