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250K Europeans Ask Google To Be ‘Forgotten’

May 13, 2015

Since a European court found that Google must comply with the EU’s “Right to Be Forgotten” rule, it has received more than 250,000 requests to have links removed. On the one-year anniversary of the ruling, Google said it has processed 253,617 requests, more than 40 percent of which have been approved. Under the rules, Google must remove links to information found to be “inaccurate, inadequate, irrelevant or excessive” from its database.

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