Europe wants Google’s ‘right to be forgotten’ to be applied on global search results

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The European Union wants Google to wipe search results mentioning people who invoke their ‘right to be forgotten’ across all its sites, and not just its European versions, reports Reuters. Having started accepting removal requests in Europe in May and actually wiping results in June, Google is now facing pressure to ensure that the removal applies not just to European versions of its search engine like in France and in Germany, but also across the world on The company previously said that it believed search results should be removed only from its search engine’s European versions, as…

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