Google has received 2.4 million URL removal requests under EU ‘right to be forgotten’ laws – The Verge

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Google has received over 2.4 million requests to remove URLs from its search engine under Europe’s “right to be forgotten” laws since they were introduced in May 2014. The new data comes from Google’s move to expand its transparency reports, and …
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