The BBC is listing its pages removed from Google ‘as a contribution to public policy’

Now that Google has begun removing links in response to Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ law, the BBC is cataloging its links that have been taken down. Though the links will no longer be found via Google search, they do remain live on the BBC website archive. In an effort to remain transparent to license fee payers — and provide a central place for users to find links they may not via Google — the BBC has a dedicated portal for affected links. The BBC also feels they owe it to readers to cache the links: We are doing this…

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