Google Now Gets One Request Every Seven Seconds To Hide Someone’s Past.


article-2645579-19421765000005DC-916_634x587Google has had one demand every seven seconds to suppress information about people’s pasts, it was revealed recently. The rush of censorship requests follows the internet giant’s move to provide forms allowing people to ask that certain information about them be hidden when their name is searched online. The figures indicate that large amounts of material could disappear from public reach as a direct result of an EU court decision that search engines must enforce a ‘right to be forgotten’.

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