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Google Wins ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ Case In Japanese High Court

Japan's high court, according to the The Wall Street Journal, has ruled against a man seeking to have search results about him "forgotten."  Even though the court didn't appear to take up the issue of an EU-style "Right To Be Forgotten," it elevated the speech status of search results and declined to establish such a broad [...]

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Google Appeals French Order To Censor Right-To-Be-Forgotten Links Globally

It was reported yesterday that Google was appealing the French Data protection regulator's (CNIL's) decision that Google must remove/censor "right to be forgotten" (RTBF) URLs on a global level.  Before, Google trying finding a compromise an enforce RTBF in Europe, but preserve the content in other markets with different rules and privacy standards. CNIL didn't accept that [...]

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French Privacy Regulator Fines Google For Not Removing RTBF Links Outside Of Europe

It looks like the Commission Nationale de l’informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), the French privacy authority, has decided to take a dangerous position that supports internet censorship.  The CNIL, along with others in Europe, wants Google to remove links from the global search index under Europe's “Right to Be Forgotten” law (RTBF). The position, which is [...]

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French Believe They Have Authority To Regulate Google Globally In The Right To Be Forgotten Case

Recently, the privacy regulator of France (CNIL) has rejected Google’s arguments against expanding the "right to be forgotten" (RTBF) to the company's global index.  It's well known that Google has been limiting RTBF removals to European domains like Google.fr. The privacy regulators in Europe feel that by being given the ability to access Google.com to access "removed" [...]

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Google Fights France To Prevent Globalization Of The Right-to-Be-Forgotten

After France coming out swinging saying that they want a globalization of Right To Be Forgotten, Google has formally appealed their data protection authority's order that would apply to RTBF removals to the global index.  The Commission Nationale de l’informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) protested the Europe-only removal policy, feeling that they have failed to apply the [...]

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Russian Parliament Approves “Right To Be Forgotten” In Search Engines

Following suit from the EU, Russia parliament has approved a broader version of "Right To Be Forgotten" law that gives people the right to request removal of information from search engines that's deemed outdated, irrelevant or untrustworthy.  The only blockade stopping this from going through into law is President Vladimir Putin.  If he signs it, it'll [...]

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