Blog: Google ‘Forgets’ 53K Europeans

    Sep 22, 2014

    Blog: Google ‘Forgets’ 53K Europeans
    In the two months after Europe’s “Right to Be Forgotten” law took effect, Google fielded requests from nearly 100,000 Europeans asking to be removed from its search results and granted 53% of them, according to an August 1 blog post. This could be an indication of the issues to be contended with--not only in Europe, but around the world--“as consumers push back for control of information about them on the Internet,” the blogger wrote.


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