Corpus ID: 56058892

Three years of the Right to be Forgotten

  title={Three years of the Right to be Forgotten},
  author={Theo Bertram and Elie Bursztein and Stephanie Caro and Hubert Chao and Rutledge Feman and Peter Fleischer and Albin Gustafsson and Jess Hemerly and Chris Hibbert and L. Invernizzi and L. Donnelly and Jason Ketover and Jay Laefer and P. Nicholas and Yuan Niu and H. Obhi and David Price and A. Strait and Kurt Thomas and A. Verney},
The “Right to be Forgotten” is a privacy ruling that enables Europeans to delist certain URLs appearing in search results related to their name. In order to illuminate the effect this ruling has on information access, we conduct a retrospective measurement study of 2.4 million URLs that were requested for delisting from Google Search over the last three and a half years. We analyze the countries and anonymized parties generating the largest volume of requests; the news, government, social media… Expand
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