Popular types of content asked to be de-listed from Google 2014

This statistic presents the most common types of content requests to be de-listed from Google search results in European countries. After the European Court of Justice ruling regarding the right to be forgotten, it was found that 28 percent of requests pertaining to the ruling were based on the invasion of privacy.

Most popular types of right to be forgotten requests handed to Google as of June 2014

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Sources

Release date

June 2014

Region

Europe

Survey time period

June 2014

Supplementary notes

Data is based on Forget.me requests after a recent European Court of Justice ruling in Europe.

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