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Google appeals French data protection decision

Thursday 19 May 2016 | 16:20 CET | News
Google has lodged an appeal against a EUR 100,000 fine handed down by French data protection commission Cnil, which found that the search engine company failed to take down certain search results in other countries. The internet giant argues that the regulator cannot order it to do anything elsewhere than in France. Cnil sees things differently. It claims that the 'right to be forgotten' has no borders precisely because the internet has no borders.  

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Companies: Google
Countries: France
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