A website has been set up to list items Google has removed after the European Court of Justice ruled people could have articles about them deleted from the results of specific search terms.
Hidden From Google claims to have had “hundreds” of tip-offs from its users.
Searches on Google in Europe for some of the articles listed now return links to Hidden From Google by virtue of their mention on it.
Campaigners have called the court ruling an attack on free speech.
“There is an information gap there and, where you can verify examples, you can curate a list,” said Afaq Tariq, the US web developer who set up the site in June this year.
He said he had asked for help from other developers in curating his list, which stood at 15 examples on Tuesday.
Mr Tariq said that, at first, he was just looking for an excuse…
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