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The ‘Right to be Forgotten': the scope of delisting - Max Campbell

It is now just over two years since the Court of Justice of the European Union first ruled that Google was a data controller and that the principles of EU… 1,362 more words


The Right to Be Forgotten: Sixty-One

E sits in disguise on the opposite bench in our jet-black limousine. Victoriana ordered it to pick me up from the apartment building listed on my employment forms. 520 more words

Google Doesn't Want One Country's Laws to Control the Entire Internet (unless It's the U.S.)

Why Google’s battle with France over the ‘right to be forgotten’ matters.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: fusion.net


Google Appeals French Privacy Ruling - The New York Times

Over the last two years, Google has received almost 430,000 requests for links to be removed, according to its transparency report. (The French have made the most requests.) Google has approved 43 percent of the European requests.

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The Right to Be Forgotten: Sixty

“You’re late!”

“I’m not going.” I flop over on the bed.

The door slams and I bury my head. I’ve had hangovers that felt better than this. 342 more words

Heroic Google vs Villainous France...Google fights France's demand that 'right to be forgotten' censorship orders should apply worldwide

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Google has appealed to France’s highest court after the country’s internet censor ordered it to delete some of its search results globally.In 2015, the Commission on Informatics and Liberty (CNIL) said Google should respect French right to be forgotten rulings worldwide.

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Google Appeals France "Right to be Forgotten" Order

Google is appealing France’s “Right to be Forgotten” order. “Alphabet Inc’s Google appealed on Thursday an order from the French data protection authority to remove certain web search results globally in response to a European privacy ruling, escalating a fight on the extra-territorial reach of EU law.”