Google has received over 1,440 ‘right to be forgotten’ requests from Ireland

Google has received more than 1,440 ‘right to be forgotten’ requests from Ireland since the ECJ ruled that individuals had the right to ask search engines to remove certain results about them.

10th October, 2014
Google has received 145,000 'right to be forgotten' requests since May

Google has received more than 1,440 ‘right to be forgotten’ requests from Ireland since the European Court of Justice ruled in May that individuals had the right to ask search engines to remove certain results about them.

The search giant has just released figures which shed some new light on how it is managing requests resulting from the ruling.

The ECJ said that search engines must assess each individual request for removal and that...

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