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EU regulators agree on guidelines for ‘right to be forgotten’ complaints

18
Sep
2014

By Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European regulators have agreed on criteria for judging appeals for the right to be forgotten, taking into account public profiles or crime for example, when search engines such as Google turn down requests to have information deleted from search results. But regulators made no mention of two thorny issues: whether search engines ought to inform publishers when articles have been delisted from search results, and whether links ought to be removed from all versions of Google, such as Google.com. …

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