EU wants Google to extend the ‘right to be forgotten’ globally


The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled in May 2014 that search engines — Google included — must give people the possibility to have their personal information erased under certain conditions. Google has complied with the court’s decision, which became widely known as “the right to be forgotten,” but it only applied to Google’s European sites

On Wednesday, the European Union’s data protection authorities have adopted a new set of guidelines regarding the court’s decision, requiring Google to extend the rule to the rest of the Internet as well

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Via: Mashable: Apps & Software

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