Right To Be Forgotten: French Argue They Have Authority To Regulate Google Globally

by Greg Sterling
Setting up a potential international “conflict of laws” dispute, France’s privacy regulator (CNIL) rejected Google’s arguments against expanding the “right to be forgotten” (RTBF) to the company’s global index. Google had been limiting RTBF removals to European domains such as Google.fr. Privacy regulators in Europe have argued that the ability to access the “removed” content from Google.Read the full article