Google recorded 70 thousand requests to delete personal data from the search engine

According to Agency France-Presse, from May 30 to June 30, 2014, Google received more than 70 thousand requests related to the removal of the results of the search for those who have lost the relevance of mentions about users. Links to articles, judicial decisions and other documents containing the information worthless to a certain person are subject to seizure. The Internet giant also has to process many fraudulent requests, including those related to the machinations of competitors.

Several large British publications reported their materials to delete references to their materials. For example, The Guardian lost access from Google to six publications. Recently it became known that the Internet giant eliminated from his system the mention of the BBC article on the former General Director of Merrill Lynch Stanley about’Nile, which caused a storm of discussion in the media.


  • AFP

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