Google is trying to alter how people see the company’s search result in Europe because of its nonstop interchange with European private regulators now a days. Some disputed links are going to be blocked by the American technology giant due to the unauthorized people who anonymously talk about the topic in public. For the sake of European privacy, these disputed links should be blocked by Google. This modification will be made applicable from early next month.
The highest court of Europe also wants Google or Bing Service of Microsoft to erase such links which gives data about themselves under particular consideration. Google has struggled to cut short the decision of law in its European search sites like Google.de. in Germany. However, different data protection regulators, France in particular, have given the theory that the company explores the privacy ruling across the world including the dismissal of links on non European search sites like Google.com.
Google has now communicated the national privacy authorities of Europe that it will start removing such links on all of its global front when they are perceived by European union country where the primary claim was made to prevent growing legal arguments and perspective fines. But, if someone asks it to delete the link for any valid reason the company will erase the link from its European realm and block the usage to the links from all its global domain.
The problem in this is that it can be accessed from the country where the quest was posted, the people said. So the search result for any people outside Europe will remain unaffected and links on Google’s non European realm will be accessed from other European countries. Though it is trying to pacify European privacy concern in a new way it is quite doubtful if the action of the company will be sufficient to terminate nonstop legal arguments from the National Data Protection authority of Europe.
From company’s transparency report we came to know that it has deleted nearly 60 percent of the 386000 individual inquiries to remove links since legal ‘right-to –be-forgotten’ decision is implemented in May 2014.The company has mentioned that only a small part of European users will be able to look at search results from non European location.