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Google Adds "Right To Be Forgotten" Form

Ostensibly embracing a radical change to its core business, Google has added a request form to its legal page, which EU residents can use to have unflattering or defamatory search results removed from the Web. The move follows a recent ruling by Europe’s highest court, which held that EU citizens have “the right to be forgotten.” As The Washington Post notes, the requests are presently limited to national borders, and US citizens can’t yet be “forgotten” by Google.


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