When Google was ordered to start censoring its search results for users within Europe back in 2014, it meant that anyone who requested delisted information from any of the search giant’s European sites couldn’t access it. There was, however, one giant hole in that system – anyone visiting got a full list of results regardless of where they were accessing the search engine from, essentially rendering the ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling a bit pointless. From this week, that’s set to change as users within Europe to any of Google’s search engines will now be subject to the same set of…

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