Google Starts Deleting Search Results In Europe After Ruling
For Google in Europe, it’s time to forget. The search giant began removing search results on Thursday, following the controversial “Right to be Forgotten” ruling last month. When searching for names using a localized search engine like Google.es or Google.co.uk, the company displays a notice at the end of the page saying that some search results “may have been removed.” Google doesn’t indicate which individual links have been removed.
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