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Microsoft collects Bing take-down requests

Thursday 17 July 2014 | 15:20 CET | News
Microsoft has published an on-line form for European users of its Bing search engine to request the de-indexing of information shown in results when searching for their name if the information is outdated or irrelevant. Google has already done the same to comply with the so-called 'right to be forgotten' ruling by the ECJ in May, and said it was learning as it went along, when weighing the need for transparency and the right to privacy. Microsoft's form requires more information from the user, including the reason for their request: "Inaccurate or false", "Incomplete or inadequate", "Out of

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Countries: Europe
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