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Google's "Right To Be Forgotten" Policy Averaging 70% Refusal Rate

  • IBTimes, Wednesday, May 13, 2015 11:15 AM
Checking in on Google’s “right to be forgotten” policy, International Business Times reports that the search giant is currently accepting consumer requests to remove content roughly 30% of the time. “While Google's official transparency report says that it has removed 41.3% of the URLs it has evaluated, [identity management company Reputation VIP] says that the refusal rate based on individual requests has now stabilized [sic] at 70%.”

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