Google protests global ‘right to be forgotten’
July 31, 2015
Google is pushing back on French regulators who have mandated that the search-engine giant extend the so-called “right to be forgotten” to the entire globe. Google said Thursday that removing search listings from its platforms in the United States and from other countries, due to a European court decision, would have a chilling effect on the Internet, and would set a worrisome precedent.
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