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Five Years of the Right to be Forgotten
Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security - CCS '19
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 conducted a retrospective measurement study of 3.2 million URLs that were requested for delisting from Google Search over five years. Our analysis reveals the countries and anonymized parties generating the largest volume of requests (just 1,000 requesters generated 16% ofdoi:10.1145/3319535.3354208 dblp:conf/ccs/BertramBCCFFGHH19 fatcat:7vzb6qtmtfdrrg6llal26rmcka