Google removes quarter-million Web links

December 23, 2014

Google has removed a little more than a quarter of a million Web links from its search results this year, the search giant announced Monday. A total of 226,788 website URLs have been removed from its search engine in Europe since May, when a court ruled that some individuals have the right to urge the company remove certain links that include their name.

 

 
Read more at: http://thehill.com/business-a-lobbying/227881-google-removes-quarter-million-web-links 


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