Bing begins removing search results following ‘right to be forgotten requests’ in Europe

Bing right to be forgotten

Microsoft’s search engine Bing has begun to remove search results in Europe that mention individuals who have invoked their ‘right to be forgotten’, reports removal request service Forget.me. Following a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union in May, Bing began accepting removal requests in July by releasing a form for users to fill out. Forget.me reports that users of its service who requested Bing to remove requests have now begun to receive responses. Of the 699 requests made via Forget.me, 79 have received responses so far, all of which have been refusals to comply. Two of…



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