France Wants EU's Right to Be Forgotten to Apply in Global Search Results

The European Union's "right to be forgotten" has been around for more than a year now. As of December there's even a framework for standardizing how search engine companies should evaluate and carry out right-to-be-forgotten requests. But some regulators want to take the controversial idea a step further.

In a blog post on Thursday, Google's global privacy counsel Peter Fleischer laid out the company's response to an order from the CNIL, France’s data protection agency. In June, the CNIL...

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