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Wikimedia Wants You to Remember the Links Europe Wants You to Forget

August 7, 2014

Europe has decided people have the right to be forgotten. The Wikimedia Foundation wants everyone to remember just how much it doesn’t like that. At a news conference in London on Wednesday morning, Wikimedia, the nonprofit behind Wikipedia and similar sites like Wiktionary, released a list of its links that Google has removed from its search engine in accordance with Europe’s “right to be forgotten” law.

 



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