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Google introduces a way for Europeans to be forgotten online

30
May
2014

Google has introduced a new service that enables European citizens to remove personal information about themselves from its search engine results. The service gives European citizens the right to be forgotten by the worlds largest search engine, and is the companys first step in complying with a recent European Court of Justice ruling that stated the search giant must amend search results when they show inaccurate information hosted by a third-party. The new service allows European citizens with a valid form of photo identification to specify links that host content they find objectionable, but the company did not say when it would begin the process of pruning the selected entries from search results. European citizens need a valid photo ID to ask Google to remove links

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