EU to Google: expand 'right to be forgotten’ to Google.com | Technology | The Guardian -
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Google’s initial implementation of the ruling requires users to fill out a form, which is reviewed on a case-by-case basis. The search results may then be removed from a local European domain, but not from the US search giant’s main google.com domain or other non-European domains.
Since launching its webform for right to be forgotten requests in May, 174,266 requests have been filed for 602,479 links according to the company. Google has removed 352,450 links or 58.5% of the requested search results from across Europe.
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