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Ever since Google announced that it's complying with the European Commission's \"right to be forgotten\" ruling, it's been inundated with requests to take down all sorts of search results. Many of those sought to bury negative reviews or write-ups, but in this particular case, the search result Goog

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Microsoft is clearly taking a cautious stance on the European Union's \"right to be forgotten;\" several weeks after Google started accepting requests to scrub yourself out of search results, you can finally ask for the same treatment on Bing. The company has posted a form that walks EU residents th

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Who decides your rights to privacy and freedom of speech on the internet? Earlier this month, a landmark ruling by Europe's biggest court left Google trying to find an answer to that unanswerable question. The case, which centers on the so-called \"right to be forgotten,\" allows European users to

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Google has now complied with a European court ruling that it must remove links to personal data if requested. It has just put up a \"right to be forgotten\" form to help you remove links about yourself from its search results -- but not the pages themselves. To apply, you'll need to explain why the

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