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Hidden From Google looks to preserve links censored over ‘right to be forgotten’

17
Jul
2014

A new website is attempting to build a list of search results that have been hidden as a direct result of the EUs controversial right to be forgotten law. It is up to the reader to decide whether our liberties are being upheld or violated by the recent rulings by the EU. Alongside the relevant search term, youll find the specific link that was removed from Googles search results.  The sites log is based entirely on news stories that have mentioned censored search terms; As a result, this wont ever be a live, up-to-date list of vanishing search results. There are only 9 items so far — several of them are listed as unknown — and Google has already been bombarded with over 70,000 takedown requests since May. Microsoft has also now bowed to the ruling.

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