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Google has begun restoring links to newspaper articles that it had suppressed in Web searches this week following a European Union ruling in May on citizens’ “right to be forgotten.” A series of links to articles in the Guardian newspaper that were suppressed were reinstated on Thursday after the news organization complained publicly about the removals. Google started removing some search results to comply with a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union, upholding citizens’ right to have obsolete personal information about them hidden in search results.



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