Jul 202017
 July 20, 2017  Posted by  Business, Court, Featured News, Non-U.S., Online

Mark Scott reports:

Google won a reprieve Wednesday after one of France’s highest courts asked European judges to decide whether the tech giant should apply a privacy ruling across all of its search requests worldwide.

The decision represents the latest turn in the often-heated debate around the so-called “right to be forgotten,” an earlier privacy ruling from the European Court of Justice that allows people in Europe to demand that search engines remove links to content about themselves, with some limitations, from online search requests.

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