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14/10/2015

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I think the headline is a bit misleading. It is not about defending telling websites it is about then allowing a search result from any new story with similar information.

You also use the term 'remove link' which again is misleading as the link will appear depending on the search criteria used. The results from a search on the data subject's name will not include the links referred to, but a search on other terms on that web page may return those links. This again is important as if these sites use a common term in their text, the pages could be easily found.

What about other search engines? Have they been asked to remove links?

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