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Google Says It Reviewed 1.2 Million Web Pages For 'right to Be Forgotten'


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Alphabet Inc.'s Google on Wednesday said it has evaluated more than 1.2 million Web pages for compliance with Europe's "Right to Be Forgotten" ruling, and removed 42% of them from its search results. Facebook Inc.'s was the top domain affected by link removals.

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