Wednesday, July 26, 2017

#Google 'right to be forgotten' case goes to top EU court

#Google has worked with European authorities on implementing the policy since 2014, when the ECJ ruled that Europeans can ask any search engine to remove some results returned from a search for the person's name.

Initially, however, Google only scrubbed results from its European websites, arguing it would set a dangerous precedent to interfere with the search results in countries with different laws. France's data-protection authority, the #CNIL, subsequently told Google that once it accepts a delisting, it must remove results from all domains, including those outside Europe and

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