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France’s highest administrative court urged to make a reference for a preliminary ruling in relation to right to be forgotten requests – Mathilde Groppo

conseiletatIn May 2016, Google was reported to have unsuccessfully appealed against the French highest administrative court, the Conseil d’Etat, over a ruling that the decision in Google Spain requires delisting on all versions of the search engine, including google.com. A new episode of the battle over the interpretation of right to be forgotten requests is now taking place between data subjects and the French Data Protection Authority, CNIL. Continue reading

Global Right to be Forgotten: Delisting, why CNIL is wrong – Daphne Keller

cnil-googleThe French Data Protection Agency, CNIL, is currently before a French court, arguing that Google needs to do more to comply with “Right to Be Forgotten” or “Right to Be Delisted” (RTBD) laws. The EU’s highest court, the CJEU, defined the search engine’s obligations in the 2014 Google Spain v. Costeja case, ruling that Google must comply with requests to remove links from the results it displays when people search for the requester by name. Continue reading

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