There you are (not)!
Update on Google’s forced European “Right to Be Forgotten” experiment: it’s going strong with no signs of slowing down.
Since the law became official in May, more than 145,000 individuals across Europe have requested that the company remove certain links. Britons alone have begged for the removal of some 60K items currently listed in Google’s search results — and they were third behind France and Germany.
This Telegraph “what people want removed” post offers a revealing look at just how unworkable this situation really is.