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October 20, 2014
The BBC will publish an ongoing list of links to its published articles removed from Google under the Right to be Forgotten rule, reports V3.co.uk. The list of URLs is largely made up of requests from citizens wanting to erase humiliating links to their past from the search engine. The UK public service broadcaster said that it will publish ”a continually updated list” of its articles removed from Google as it believes some of its articles have been wrongly hidden. The BBC’s editorial policy head, David Jordan, said in a public meeting hosted by Google’s chairman Eric Schmidt that greater care should be given to the public’s “right to remember.”RSS