Microsoft Offers 'Right To Be Forgotten' From Bing Search Results

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Microsoft Offers 'Right To Be Forgotten' From Bing Search Results

by Wochit 0:40 mins

Microsoft Offers 'Right To Be Forgotten' From Bing Search Results

by Wochit 0:40 mins

European citizens who want their names removed from search results now have a second search engine they can ask to forget them — Bing . Microsoft is now taking right to be forgotten requests to remove search results from Bing. The move comes more than a month after Google first began taking similar requests in response to an earlier European Court of Justice ruling that found EU citizens have a right to be forgotten online — and that search companies could be required to remove links to results that could damage an individual's reputation.

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