Google already receiving demands to remove content, following EU ruling
Washington: Users are already demanding Google to erase links related to them, after the European ruling against the company.
According to The Verge, regulators in Germany received eight requests just one day after a European court ruled that users have "the right to be forgotten".
However, Google is already working on a system to deal with the new ruling, and filter personal search results.
One of the regulators said that the company would come up with a solution within two weeks.
Meanwhile, the decision has been blasted by critics, but praised by European privacy advocates, the report added.
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