Google and France are at odds over the right to be forgotten, unsurprisingly. In previous posts, we discussed the right to be forgotten and its… 1,143 more words
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Suddenly, the conflict between Google and the European Union countries regarding the censoring of search results has taken on even wider worldwide proportions.
This past week, the courts have upheld the French government’s data protection office (CNIL) order for Google to broaden the “right to be forgotten” by censoring search results worldwide — not just in Europe. 476 more words
The following is an article written by Cindy Ng, technical analyst at Varonis, on the proposed changes to the Data Protection Directive (DPD).
European regulators are serious about data protection reform. 931 more words
Latest #twig makes me want to share these points. Of course Google will not leave France, that is laughable. I think it’s a good thing that Europe tries to protect the privacy of it’s citizens. 177 more words
Join, Ethan, Casey, Kat and Kara as they explore The Pope’s first US Mass and later, heat things up with a debate about #ShoutyourAbortion and “The Right To Be Forgotten.” Finally, this cast adds a little magic by talking about the new wizarding online world of Pottermore and the first “Supermoon” since 1982. 11 more words
French citizens now have the ‘right to be forgotten’ worldwide.
In rejecting an appeal from Google, the French data privacy regulator, CNIL, has closed a loophole that allowed the company to circumvent a May 2014 ruling by the 642 more words
Europe Implodes...France set to take action requiring Google to operate the 'right to be forgotten' across the world
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The French internet censor has responded to a Google statement which explains why European internet censorship cannot be applied across the world.This summer, France’s Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertes (CNIL) sent Google an order to not merely delist links from European Google searches but search results around the world, too.