France Gives Google 15 Days to Shape Up

For those of you keeping count, it’s now been 13 months since Europe’s “Right To Be Forgotten” went into effect. It’s also been 13 months since the EU decided Google isn’t doing enough to comply, and Google has continuously resisted pressure to do more. Only now, however, has the search engine been given a firm ultimatum—and a […]View post →

2 out of 3 Right To Be Forgotten Requests Denied

It’s been nearly a year since the EU passed its “Right to Be Forgotten” law (RTBF). Under the law Google established an application process for Europeans to get information about them expunged from searches, if it met certain criterion. So how have those requests been going? Well, decide for yourself: Google has denied 70 percent of them. The figure comes from an […]View post →