Europe Google loses ground in fight against Europe's 'right to be forgotten'

The search giant is campaigning against a ruling that gives Europeans the ability to hide their histories on the Internet. But it’s facing a Continent determined to reassert its right to privacy.

By , Correspondent

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Once every 90 seconds, Google Inc. receives an appeal from someone seeking to keep part of their personal history from showing up on an Internet search.