Episode 1193 – Google Expanding Removal Requests Of Personal Data From Searches

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Google allows users to request to remove personal information from their search results. They are expanding that policy and allowing more personal information to be requested to be removed such as email addresses, phone numbers and so on. This episode talks about this expansion and what it means and what it doesn’t mean for your data on the Internet.

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