Google Wins EU Case Over 'Right To Be Forgotten' Laws
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Google has won a legal case in the European Union over the so-called “right to be forgotten,” a concept that allows people in Europe to request the removal of old news from the internet which might be harmful to their reputations or otherwise just be embarrassing. The European Court of Justice, the EU’s highest court, has ruled Wednesday that while Google must delist links in Europe, it doesn’t have to do the same globally.


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