‘Delete me from Google’ application received 12000 requests on the first day

Delete me from Google

Google has published a option which allows you to delete your personal information from the Google Search Engine. This option has been enabled as the European parties demanded Google, to provide a option which allows the search engine users to manage and monitor their personal information on Google.

People close to Google have said that the practicability of the ruling, and the number of people Google might have to hire to make that judgement call for each request, would depend on the number it receives.

Late Friday, Yahoo Inc. said that it, like Google, is also “in the process of developing a solution for Yahoo users in Europe that we believe balances the important privacy and freedom of expression interests.”

Yesterday, 12 000 requests were filled at the Google company. The 12000 demand Google to delete classified and/or personal information from their Google Search Engine.

The Wall Street Journal reports the following:

The crush of take-down requests is one of the first broad examples of how intense the demand may be among Europeans looking to remove content about themselves from the Internet—a key factor in whether the court’s ruling will be workable, observers have said.

Read more about the possible options, which you have at Google. Click here to be redirected to the ‘Delete me from Google‘ form.