Google Notifying Publishers For Right To Be Forgotten Removals

Google eu 200px At this point, Google’s Right To Be Forgotten process is well under way, and is removing results from the European version of Google in response to EU’s ruling.  Now that this process is well on it’s way, many webmasters are now receiving notifications of these removals.

Here is how the notice read:

Notice of removal from Google Search

 We regret to inform you that we are no longer able to show the following pages from your website in response to certain searches on European versions of Google:

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For more information, see https://www.google.com/policies/faq/?hl=en

And here is a screen cap of the notice:

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A number of webmasters have recived this notice, and have shown examples of the notices that they’ve gotten as well, such as Menachem Rosenbaum and Alex Graves.

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