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Bing puts form ‘right to be forgotten’ online
Microsoft’s Bing search engine has a form online that put Europeans to submit to remove search results. Request For this purpose, the engine is required after a recent ruling by the European Court of Justice on the “right to be forgotten ‘.
The form asks for personal data of Europeans and a motivation why Bing should remove. A certain link from search results Microsoft thus seems to indicate a recent judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union, which stated that European citizens have the right to search engines hearing password to be. Search engines should therefore remove individual links on request.
Google gives a few weeks responded to the ruling and said that now requests submitted to exclude from the search engine. a quarter million pages a total of 70,000 people Google removes the page out of his own index; variations of Google outside Europe, the results still findable. The pages are also still online, though getting Google Webmaster message about the removal from the search results.
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