All Right To Be Forgotten articles
France’s data protection regulator has fined Google €100,000 (U.S. $112,000) after it refused to comply with the regulator’s order to remove URLs from search results everywhere. The fine follows a May 2014 ruling by the European Union Court of Justice, affording European citizens the right to ask search engine providers ...
Big news this week from France as the Commission Nationale de I’Informatique et des Libertes (CNIL) rejected Google’s appeal against the enforcement of “right to be forgotten.” If Google fails to comply with CNIL’s order, the company may be hit with sanctions, including a €300,000 fine, which could increase to ...
More than a year after the EU established is right-to-be-forgotten principle, U.S. compliance professionals in the tech sector probably wish the decision itself could be forgotten, too. France is insisting that the principle be applied worldwide; even before that ever happens, compliance within Europe is laborious and complicated. Our latest ...