It was a year ago Wednesday that the European Court of Justice ruled that search engines must remove links from their search results if the content rendered in those URLs is deemed “inadequate” and “irrelevant.”
Google, which has about a 90 percent market share in Europe, has rejected removing 59 percent of the URLs it has been asked to take down, according to Google’s latest report on the issue.
Google says it has removed 322,601 links from its search results. It has rejected taking down 457,958 URLs.
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