Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Pink News: Anus

Requests have been made to exclude 19 separate PinkNews articles from Google searches under ‘right to be forgotten’ rules.

In 2014, the European Court of Justice ruled that people have a right to request that search engines remove links to content that is “irrelevant or no longer relevant” in Europe.

The rules allow people to ask search engines “to remove specific results for queries that include their name, where the interests in those results appearing are outweighed by the person’s privacy rights” – and plenty of people have been filing requests for PinkNews content to be omitted.

While PinkNews is informed when a page is removed from search results, no specific information is given to suggest why this occurs. PinkNews is not suggesting that any one person is responsible for the removal of any specific articles...

Fight the power PinkNews!

1 comment:

  1. I went back to my old school to say .. IM GAY.

    WE KNOW. They replied. It was blatantly obvious by your inane shrieking and constant attempts to get seen after class.

    So you can scrub that graffiti about me off the bogs now can't you and replace it with YOU WERE RIGHT, WHY NOT TRY IT SOMETIME.