Bing has released its Right to be Forgotten form for European users, six weeks after Google. Bing has asked users to fill an online form in four parts for blocking search results on Bing in response to their name search.
You have to fill in your name, place of residence as well as the details of the pages to be blocked. The form also asks you whether you are a public figure or a role involving safety, trust or leadership.
Bing said, it does not guarantee if it will remove the links after submission for removal through the form. Other sources of information will also be considered to verify the given details in the form. The information will help in striking a balance between the user's privacy interest as well as the public interest in protecting free expression and the free availability of information, in line with the European law.
The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled in May, people who wish to remove results from search engines, referring to their names, can file a request directly with the search engine operator and it must evaluate the request. An appeal can be made to the court in case of refusal by the operator.
Even minors can submit the form on their own. However if a parent or guardian is submitting the form on the minor's behalf, all references to “your" and “you” are referred to the minor.
Bing also added, there may be changes in the form and related processes. Also, submissions can be re-evaluated over time.After Google, Bing Releases its Right to be Forgotten Form!,