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Google may indicate when search has been censored over ‘right to be forgotten’

09
Jun
2014

Google may be planning to alert users whenever search results have been wiped away thanks to a controversial European court ruling. That decision, handed down last month, has allowed Europeans to censor search by asking Google to pull down irrelevant and otherwise sensitive personal results. Its referred to as the right to be forgotten, but Google seems to think web users also have a right to know when their search experience has been altered. If implemented, The Guardian says these notifications would resemble existing alerts that Google displays if results have been hidden in response to copyright complaints.

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