Google wants to show notification from links that are removed by European law




Google wants to highlight search results that have been deleted by the European ‘right to be forgotten’. The search engine company is considering sites which links have been removed. By the new law, a notice on every page

The process is similar to how Google handles MP3 songs that are searchable by the search engine, writes The Guardian. Google replaces some find links with a notice stating that it removed the page after violation of copyright law.

The U.S. Internet giant had last month some modifications, as the European Court ruled that search engines remove search results should possible. The Court took the view that Europeans have the right ‘to be forgotten. ” Because of the ruling put Google in a form online, which Europeans the search giant may ask to remove. unwelcome results

A week ago, Google had 41,000 applications received in order to remove links. One third of these cases were related to fraud, a fifth of serious crime and twelve percent related to child pornography. Some put questioned the effectiveness of the measure.

The Guardian writes that Google wants to include in its semi-annual transparency report. Number of removal requests It would also like to put the search engine company how often governments have submitted such a request.


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