Who asked Google to delete search engine results

Google to delete search engine results
Google to delete search engine results

Google is the ultimate ocean of information, and the information adds every day. You can search the information from the Internet. On any subject topic, Because millions of information related to a topic are available on the Internet.


Search Engine Result Page (SERPs)

Google to delete search engine results
Google to delete search engine results

Search Engine is a special software program. The search engine searches the information required by the user with an unlimited spat of information available on the Internet. Search Engine does its search with the help of a specific keyword or phrase and displays results relate to this Keyword or Phrase. In the listings, which calls Search Engine Result Page (SERPs).

Search Engine Result Page finds different types of information related to queries searched by users. It includes Text Documents, Media Files (Images, Videos, Audio, Animations), etc. Based on the information searched by a Search Engine user, it shows the best information first. After this, the sequence continuously. Search Engine has Millions of Crores Result for Your One Query.

when it comes to our privacy that we search through Google on the internet, then all that goes on Google History. We save Google anything from photos, addresses or some personal information that we search for.

2.4 million requests to delete

Google has received 2.4m requests over the past three years to delete search engine results under Europe’s “right to be forgotten” rules, highlighting the challenge it is likely to face under even tougher new data protection regulations.

Google’s Transparency Report

Google to delete search engine results
Google to delete search engine results

 The firm said that between May 2014 and February 2018, 2,436788 requests were received for 654,808 requests. But only 43% of the URL this year, the type of requestors in Google’s Transparency Report. Type of site for a request (eg Social Media, news, government, etc.), and information about content related to requests.

Google’s Transparency Report also reveals that a small group of requesters accounted for a major portion of the requests. The report notes that the top 1,000 requesters – equaling 0.25% of all requesters – made 14.5% of the requests. Such groups mainly included law firms and reputation-management agencies, and almost half of them are based in Germany, France, and the UK, notes ZDNet.

percentage of requests  for the removal

In addition, the report also shows that 35% of the requests were for the removal of one URL only. While 75% were five or less. In addition to this, the report said that 89% of requests receive from private individuals, whereas 11% were among the other categories, including companies, politicians, or celebrities. Talking about the types of requests, the report shows that 24% were for business information, while many were responsible for 21% of the requests. It is not very clear what really involves in these two categories.

  •  Google also said that one-third of these requests came from individuals seeking personal information. Such as social media history to removes from the web, while 20% of the requests were meant to remove the legal history of individuals.
  • These results illustrate that while hundreds of thousands of Europeans rely on the RTBF to delist a handful of URLs. There are thousands of entities using the RTBF to alter hundreds of URLs about them or their clients that appear in search results,” the report notes.

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