French Privacy Agency Orders Google to Remove Global Links

The Star OnlineFrench Privacy Agency Orders Google to Remove Global LinksNew York TimesPARIS — France's data privacy agency is ordering Google to remove search results worldwide upon request, saying the "right to be forgotten" for European citizens applies globally. The order Friday from CNIL comes more than a year after Europe's highest ...French Privacy Watchdog Orders Google to Expand Right to Be ForgottenWall Street JournalGoogle Faces French Ultimatum Over Right to Be ForgottenBloombergFrench regulator ups pressure on Google on 'right to be forgotten'Economic Timesall 15 news articles »

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