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EU Court Adviser Says Google Shouldn't Have To Enforce A French RTBF Request Anywhere But In Europe

Source: techdirt.com

Nov 18, 2018 3:26 PM 1+ mon ago

The "Right to Be Forgotten" -- a European construct that allows people to erase their internet history at the drop of a takedown request -- should only apply in countries affected by the law. That would seem to be obvious but, so far, it...Read more.

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