Jul 142015
 July 14, 2015  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S., Online

Matthew Broersma reports:

Google has evaluated more than 1 million links submitted in “right to be forgotten” requests since last year’s landmark European Court of Justice ruling.

The ruling in May of last year obliged search engines to remove links to outdated information about individuals if requested to do so. Google, who has by far the largest search engine market share in Europe, has protested against the law and began publishing transparency reports indicating how it is complying.


In the latest, published on Monday, Google said it has considered 1,027,495 URLs as part of a total of 282,508 requests, removing 41.3 percent in all.

Read more on TechWeek Europe.

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