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Facebook was dealt a big blow by the European Court of Justice on Thursday.
The court ruled that if a piece of content is deemed illegal in the European Union, it has to be taken down worldwide — not just inside Europe.
The case was brought by an Austrian politician after she demanded the removal of a defamatory Facebook post about herself.
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