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General Category => CPCWiki Discussion => Topic started by: Gryzor on 10:42, 04 June 21

Title: Somewhat interesting...
Post by: Gryzor on 10:42, 04 June 21
Just got this notification from Google:


Notice of European data protection law removal from Google Search


Due to a request under the data protection law in Europe, Google can no longer show one or more pages from your site in Google Search results. This only affects responses to some search queries for names or other personal identifiers that might appear on your pages. Only results on versions of Google’s search results for countries applying European data protection law are affected. No action is required from you.


blahblahblah,



Here are the affected URL(s):
http://www.cpcwiki.eu/imgs/2/27/CPC_Magazin_1986-12_%28missing_pages_125-128%29.pdf


As I said, mildly interesting.
Title: Re: Somewhat interesting...
Post by: zhulien on 05:09, 07 July 21
Perhaps missing pages are copyrighted, like the song with a minute of silence.


https://edition.cnn.com/2002/SHOWBIZ/Music/09/23/uk.silence/
Title: Re: Somewhat interesting...
Post by: Strident on 08:58, 07 July 21
It'll be a "right to be forgotten" request.
Title: Re: Somewhat interesting...
Post by: reidrac on 09:11, 07 July 21
Interesting, indeed!

Someone's name on that PDF and they have asked to be removed from Google search?

Or just a false positive? Google's bots/algorithms have a long history on that.
Title: Re: Somewhat interesting...
Post by: Gryzor on 10:03, 07 July 21
I don't think it's a false positive thing because AFAIK Right to Be Forgotten requests are reviewed manually... Someone must have taken direct action for the result we saw.
Title: Re: Somewhat interesting...
Post by: zhulien on 10:14, 07 July 21
I reckon someone should make a book of missing pages with a cover record with a minute of silence played backwards.
Title: Re: Somewhat interesting...
Post by: Gryzor on 10:17, 07 July 21
I guess that would be considered a remix and therefore derivative work, no? :D