Distribution of websites content delisted by Google in Italy between 2016 and 2019, by category
Websites content delisted by Google in Italy 2016-2019, by category
This graph shows the distribution of websites content delisted by Google in Italy between 2016 and 2019, ranked down by category. According to Google's data, 15.3 percent of delisted content was due to professional wrongdoing while approximately a quarter of the delisted content was not categorized by the search engine machine because of poor information.
Distribution of websites content delisted by Google in Italy between 2016 and 2019, by category
Share of websites content
Insufficient information26.3%
Professional wrongdoing15.3%
Name not found15.3%
Professional information12.1%
Miscellaneous10.1%
Crime9.1%
Other11.8%
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Source

Release date

October 2019

Region

Italy

Survey time period

January 21, 2016 to October 9, 2019

Supplementary notes

Google defines the categories as follows:

Crime: Page content references the requester in connection with crimes. For example, content may relate to the requester’s conviction, witness testimony, or victim status.
Name not found: No reference to the requester's name can be found in the content page at the the provided URL. However, the individual’s name may appear in the URL.
Insufficient information: Page content was not categorized because Google required more information to process the request. For example, the requester supplied an incomplete URL or did not provide a reason for requesting a URL be delisted.
Miscellaneous: Page content does not fit into any of the other content categories.
Professional information: Page content contains a requester's work address, contact information, or general information about their business activities.
Professional wrongdoing: Page content references a criminal or court activity—crimes, acquittals, or exonerations—specifically in relation to a professional role.

Websites content delisted by Google in Italy 2016-2019, by category
This graph shows the distribution of websites content delisted by Google in Italy between 2016 and 2019, ranked down by category. According to Google's data, 15.3 percent of delisted content was due to professional wrongdoing while approximately a quarter of the delisted content was not categorized by the search engine machine because of poor information.
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