Google Provides 'Right To Be Forgotten' Update

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Google shared some new numbers related to the “right to be forgotten,” ruling, which has led to individuals requesting URL removals from search results. For all the background on that, peruse our coverage here.

The stats appear on Google’s Transparency Report, where Google now claims to have evaluated for removal 1,234,092 URLs. The total number of requests it has seen dating back to May, 2014 is 348,085.

Here's the latest look at the sites that are most impacted:

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This list, Google says, highlights the domains where it has removed the most URLs from search results. Of the total URLs requested for removal, these sites account for 9%.

Check out the full Transparency Report here.

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