Right to be forgotten: Google in trouble with the flood of requests
Google continues to see an influx of requests for removal of links on behalf of the "right to be forgotten" as required by the European court, but said it difficult to assess the lack of clear guidelines.
On 08/05/2014 at 09:37 - For San Francisco - AFP
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Following a decision of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, which held that individuals had the right to remove from its search results links to pages with outdated or inaccurate personal information, Google has posted a form for this purpose on its European sites since late May.
In a letter which AFP received a copy he sent Thursday to Article 29 Committee - bringing together the European data protection agencies such as the CNIL French who had winced, like others on the Google Glass - the company said it received July 18, more than 91,000 requests to remove a total of 328,000 links. http://enjoycoloring.com/ A previous statement in late June reported 70,000 requests. Much comes from France (17,500 requests) and Germany (16,500), followed by the UK (12,000), Spain (8,000) and Italy (7500), details the group.