|By Business Wire||
|July 10, 2014 03:09 AM EDT||
Reputation.com, the leader in online reputation management and digital privacy technologies, is now processing Google search result opt-out requests for its European Union customers.
The European Court of Justice recently ruled that individuals may now petition Google for the removal of certain, third-party links in some circumstances. Reputation.com offers this reasonably priced service as part of its ReputationDefender® product, which empowers individuals to ensure their search results reflect accurate and current information. The company provides a full analysis of a customer’s search results across all the EU web domains and educates consumers on which results qualify for the opt-out request under the ruling’s parameters. Customers may also choose to process Google opt-out requests through Reputation.com as a separate, standalone option.
“This ruling is a watershed moment for human dignity online, ” said Michael Fertik, Reputation.com Founder and CEO. “When search results are wrong, out of date, or misleading, they disproportionately and unfairly impact people’s lives – so we’re pleased to facilitate the logistics of removal for our customers.”
The company has been submitting opt-out requests for customers since the European Court of Justice ruling was issued and Google implemented its opt-out process. Reputation.com has more than 1 million customers in over 100 countries, including all 28 European Union member states.
Reputation.com was founded in 2006 to give individuals and businesses the power to control their digital privacy and reputation. The company continues to pioneer patented solutions that safeguard and remove personal data from the Internet, monitor and respond to online reviews, build a positive and accurate Web presence for clients, and help businesses proactively engage customers.
Reputation.com is a World Economic Forum Global Growth Company and multiple award winner, including the recent Silver for the Best in Biz Awards for “Most Customer Friendly Company” in 2012. It is funded by top-tier venture capital firms and has customers in 100 countries. Follow Reputation.com on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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