Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of 'Right to be Forgotten' Requests

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Google Has Removed 100,000 Links, Approved More Than Half of 'Right to be Forgotten' Requests - Google has removed "the majority" of "right to be forgotten" requests, a number that could exceed the 100,000 mark. It has rejected just over 30 percent of the requests it has received and approved "more than 50 percent" of the requests. [SEARCH ENGINE WATCH]

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