September 22, 2015

France Rejects Google's "Right To Be Forgotten" Appeal

France has upheld a decision against Google that recognises internet users' "right to be forgotten."

France's data protection watchdog has rejected an appeal by Google against a decision ordering the internet giant to comply with users' requests to have information about them removed from all search results. Since a European Court of Justice ruling in May 2014 recognising the "right to be forgotten" on the net, Google users can ask the search engine to remove results about them that are no longer relevant.

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