Google’s “Right to Be Forgotten”

RightToBeForgottenSmallGoogle convened an advisory group that condoned the decision of Google to apply Europe’s “right to be forgotten” ruling only in Europe. The European Union’s ruling required search engines, including Google, to remove personal information about individuals who request their information be taken down from the web, unless the information is judged to be in the public interest.

Google has decided not to block the information of European individuals who requested from being seen outside of Europe, particularly through Google.com, as opposed to the French domain (google.fr) or the United Kingdom domain (google.co.uk). There is controversy over the European Union court decision that provides that any company that does business in the bloc must adhere to “right to be forgotten” rules.

 

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