As a final point Google has started to remove search results, as per the ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling, Google was ordered by the EU court to comply with requests to remove content about individuals. Google acted brisk, set up a structure and now, just a couple of weeks after the fact, and began handling those evacuation demands.
Europe’s top court resolute that individuals have the right to have “insufficient” and “immaterial” comes about them wiped from the web, which prompted the tech goliath being besieged with solicitations.
Looks for individuals’ names now incorporate a message at the base of the results page that says results ‘may have been uprooted under information assurance law in Europe’.
This cautioning shows up on all results, paying little heed to the name that has been looked for, and is not a marker that the particular individual has asked for connections be erased.