Millions of Europeans are asking Google to be 'forgotten' — here's why Americans don't have that same option – Business Insider


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Millions of Europeans are asking Google to be 'forgotten' — here's why Americans don't have that same option
Business Insider
The European Union enacted a law in 2014 that says search engines like Google should remove results from a query if the individual or company named in the result request it. Google has since removed 901,656 of the 2.4 million URLs that individuals and
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