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The creators have shown how the search engines look after the enactment of the “right to oblivion”

The state Duma on Tuesday, June 16, adopted in the first reading the bill, known as the “right to be forgotten” on the Internet. The document will oblige search engines on demand of a citizen to remove from search results links with information about it. Creatives Thank Vladislav Smirnov and Arbatov has launched a website, “model Russian search engines in 2018 – several years after the possible adoption of the law on the right to oblivion.

“Oblivion” simulates the work of search engines, using the recognizable design of “Yandex”. For all requests except one, he demonstrates a complete lack of information. We offer you to look at how will it be 3 years after the enactment of the “right to oblivion”, – stated on the website page.

The launch of “Oblivion” was timed to the adoption of the law on the right to oblivion: voted against him only one Deputy from 424. The bill was finally approved, it must pass two more readings in the state Duma, be approved by the Federation Council and signed by President Vladimir Putin. In the case of adoption it will be effective from 1 January 2016.

The idea of the project belongs to digital producer-Vyacheslav Smirnov, in January 2015 launched a website to collect money for the creators of the film “Leviafan”. Development was the Creator of the advertising Agency arb digital Vladislav Arbatov.

According to the creators of the service, the website aims to show the potential application of the law. “We would like to Express a faint hope that the Federation Council will stop this illegal bill and will not let him move,” said Arbatov. However, they do not expect any changes.

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Note that Yandex, Google and criticized the bill will remove from the SERPs. Internet search engines believe that the adoption of the amendments will limit the public interest in the information. The amendments allow opportunities for abuse.

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