RTBF

Google Loses ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ Case In UK High Court

About 44 percent of “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) search de-listing requests are granted by Google.  Even then, there is a person in the UK whose request was among the the other 56 percent who wasn’t granted who challenged Google’s decision and won in the UK High Court. The search result in question was about a decade-old criminal …

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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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