Google to Remove European “Right to Forgotten Links” Worldwide

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Google would soon be removing European links that are “inadequate or irrelevant” from its worldwide sites. For nearly two years now, Google has been taking off RTBF links from the search engine in Europe. However, the data levitra uk only online could still be located on Google.com.

By censoring European links from worldwide sites, it

would not be possible for

users to find these links. Europeans can request the search engine to delete links that seem to violate privacy or no longer relevant.

After Google grants your request, it will

either remove links that contain the keywords you requested to remove or drop the links to European sites.

Google has notified the EU data protection authorities that the changes would be implanted soon. However, it would be a daunting task for the company to review millions of links and to decide whether to honor the requests or not.

 

 

 

Miten Parikh

A passionate Internet marketing and search geek, Miten thinks businesses looking to succeed and grow must not ignore the Internet as a channel for branding, marketing promotions and sales. He started Rise IT and Digital Marketing just to do that. Miten is a computer engineer, finished graduate school in Information Sciences from Drexel University. He enjoys photography and loves spending time with his family whenever he can.

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