Google Expands Europeans' Internet Amnesia Zone


Google is expanding the right of Europeans to be forgotten on the Internet to domains outside their countries, according to news reports Thursday. Searches made from European IP addresses for people whom Google has granted a right to be forgotten will turn up zero links, regardless of which version of Google is used. Previously, links from such searches were blocked only from European versions of Google. Users with IP addresses outside Europe will continue to see unedited results when their searches include right-to-be-forgotten links.

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Google to hold public debates about ‘right to be forgotten’ throughout Europe

Google will hold public debates about the “right to be forgotten” ruling throughout Europe this fall. Learn more here.The post Google to hold public debates about ‘right to be forgotten’ throughout Europe appeared first on Digital Trends.

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