Britons ask Google to delete 60,000 links under ‘right to be forgotten’

[Press Association] Britons have asked Google to remove more than 60,000 web links from its results under the “right to be forgotten”, the internet search company has revealed.A total of 18,304 requests were made from the UK alone, while across Europe there were 145,000 appeals by individuals wanting links removed – an average of more than 1,000 requests a day.

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