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Tech giant Google says it will hide content removed under the "right to be forgotten" from all versions of the search engine when viewed from countries where removal was approved.
Under the "right to be forgotten" ruling, EU citizens may ask search engines to remove information about them.
Now, removed results will not appear on any version of Google. Google Extends "Right to be Forgotten" Across Its Network for E.U. IPs [bbc.co.uk]
Our current practice is to delist from all European versions of Google Search (like google.de, google.fr, google.co.uk, etc) simultaneously. Starting next week, in addition to our existing practice, we will also use geolocation signals (like IP addresses) to restrict access to the delisted URL on all Google Search domains, including google.com, when accessed from the country of the person requesting the removal. We’ll apply the change retrospectively, to all delistings that we have already done under the European Court ruling. Google adapts its approach to the European right to be forgotten [googlepolicyeurope.blogspot.co.uk]