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    Google May Face Legal Action for ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Response

    Feb 11, 2015

    Google May Face Legal Action for ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Response

    A group of experts Google convened to help it determine how to comply with the EU’s “right to be forgotten” rule said Google could continue to remove links to information that EU citizens claimed were “inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant“ from its European domains only. According to a recent FinancialTimes.com article, Europe’s privacy watchdogs rejected this approach, saying that the law requires the links to be removed globally and that Google will “have to face a judicial question” if it does not comply.

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