Why are Telegraph stories about the ‘right to be forgotten’ disappearing from the Internet?
Last updated: August 15, 2014 - 6:27pm
Google and a British newspaper are currently embroiled in a confusing cycle of link deletion and reporting on said deletions, which has led to still more deletions.
In recent days, Google's been removing links from its European search results that point to stories published on the Web site of The Telegraph. That's in deference to the right to be forgotten, a European law that requires search companies to scrub links to Web sites if members of the public submit a request.
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