Source: The Journal.ie

The Irish government asked Google to remove content from its online services in 2009, according to the company, but Google gave no details on what that content was or why it was taken down.

Data released by the Internet search engine today details which governments asked for content to be removed from the site between July 2009 and December 2010.

Google’s transparency report shows that the Irish government asked for less than ten items to be removed during the six-month period from July to December 2009 – and has not asked for anything to be taken down since. No reason was given for the 2009 requests because Google only offers a breakdown on the data when it receives ten or more requests.

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