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Google launches ‘right to be forgotten’ webform for removal requests

Company responds to EU court ruling empowering citizens to have certain links about them deleted from search results Google has created a page where EU citizens can request removal of search results about them. Photograph: Paul Sakuma/AP Google has launched a webpage where European citizens can request that links to information about them be taken off search results, the first step to comply with a court ruling affirming the “right to be forgotten”. The company, which processes more than 90% of all web searches in Europe, has made available a webform through which people can submit…