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You’ll soon be able to tell Google to forget the dirty secrets that were spilled online

16
May
2014

Google received a potentially devastating blow in Europe earlier this week, where a court ruled in favor of the individual’s right to protect his or her privacy, and the right to be forgotten on the Internet. Essentially, this ruling gives the power to any European Internet user to ask the search giant to remove links that point to websites that contain personal details. And it looks like hundreds of people are already demanding that certain links should be removed from the Google Search index. According to The New York Times, Google will set up an online tool that European consumers will use to ask the company to remove links to certain online content. Google has not yet revealed how the tool will work,

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