In a landmark ruling in May 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) established a «right to be forgotten», or more accurately, a “right to delist”, allowing Europeans to ask search engines to delist certain links from results they show based on searches for that person’s name. We moved rapidly to comply with the ruling from the Court. Within weeks we made it possible for people to submit removal requests, and soon after that began delisting search results.