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

9 02 2017

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. Read the rest of this entry »





News, France: Conseil d’État rejects application by Google for stay of data protection decision

11 02 2014

Google-5By an order made on 7 February 2014, the Conseil d’État rejected application for a stay of a decision by the French information commissioner, CNIL, imposing a fine of €150,000 for a violation of privacy law on Google and ordering it to post a notice of the fine for 48 hours on its home page. Read the rest of this entry »