Right to be forgotten: rejection of Google’s internal appeal

CNIL rejected Google’s appeal concerning the application of the right to be forgotten requests on additional geographical extensions (i.e. ‘.com’) besides the European ones (i.e. google.fr, google.es). The reason for the appeal was that Google qualified the extension of the measure as a form of censorship and damage to the right to information.

Country: France

Domains: Privacy

Tags: censorship, right to information, France, CNIL, data protection, right to be forgotten

Posted on Monday 21 September 2015

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