Google's Received 2.4M 'Right to Be Forgotten' Requests – PCMag


Google's Received 2.4M 'Right to Be Forgotten' Requests
The landmark "right to be forgotten" ruling in the EU has led Google to delist over one million URLs from its search engine. A 2014 court ruling gave European citizens the right to request that Google prevent inaccurate or irrelevant information about
Google: We've been asked to delist 2.4 million URLs but only removed 43%ZDNet
Google releases info on 2.4 million 'right to be forgotten' requestsEngadget
Google has received 2.4 million URL removal requests under EU 'right to be forgotten' lawsThe Verge
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