Jul 252014
 
 July 25, 2014  Business, Featured News, Non-U.S.

Julia Fioretti reports:

Google’s GOOGL.O handling of “right to be forgotten” requests from European citizens came under fire by regulators after the search engine company restricted the removal of Internet links to European sites only, a person familiar with the matter said.

Regulators quizzed Google over its decision to remove search results only from its European search engines such as google.co.uk, which means that anyone can easily access the same information by switching to the widely used google.com, said the source, who was present at the meeting.

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