Google has previously offered a little bit of insight into how it handles (and occasionally mishandles) the EU's "right to be forgotten" (RTBF) requests, but it has largely been a nebulous process. How do you know whether or not you'll be scrubbed from search results? Well, things just got a little bit clearer: the company has published a letter to the EU explaining how it manages those demands for obscurity. The internet firm says it weighs both the nature of targeted sites and prominence of a person against the "general economic interest" to provide an accurate search engine. It's likely to remove results for an embarrassing blog post, for example, but it will likely turn you down if you're trying to hide court rulings or censor less-than-flattering news.