Since May 2014, Google has been filtering the content of a search for forgotten rights in accordance with the requirements of the European Court of Justice. Users can ask Google to disclose content related to personal privacy until it is found in Google within the EU. Shown in So far there have been 845,000 requests, including 3.3 million links, and finally 45% of applications have been added to the removal list.
Not only does a Google search engine in the EU not display the "Lost Rights" link, even if it detects a search from the European Union, even if it uses a search engine from another region, the content of the link will be filtered. The original meaning of the "right to be forgotten" law is to protect personal privacy. People have the right to remove past history, including criminal records and infidelity, from search results. However, this law is controversial and some people think it is "forgotten". The right to conflict with the right of public knowledge is also questionable on how to implement it effectively.
Although Google enforces the "forgotten law" in line with European Court of Justice requirements, the French privacy agency is not satisfied with this. It is believed that Google cannot prevent EU users from seeking and viewing the "right to privacy" link. forget it ”via VPN. Google fined 100,000 euros. Google has appealed to the European Court of Justice in this regard, and the final ruling means that Google should not implement the "forgotten law" filter outside the EU.