Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Google allows removal of personal data… but it's not easy

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Friday 30 May 14

Internet giant adds online form to enable users to request removal of data; they will require photo ID and plenty of patience.

Google has added an online form to its Website that allows users to request the removal of information about themselves from search results. The move follows a European court ruling earlier this month that requires search engines to remove links to Websites that contain someone's personal information at their request…

Google has added an online form to its Website that allows users to request the removal of information about themselves from search results. The move follows a European court ruling earlier this month that requires search engines to remove links to Websites that contain someone's personal information at their request…

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