Dec 092016
 
 December 9, 2016  Business, Non-U.S.

Jeremy Kahn reports:

Google says it won’t give in to French government demands that it remove content from its search engine in “right to be forgotten” cases in countries other than France, the company’s top privacy lawyer has said.

Peter Fleischer, in a blog post on the company’s website Friday, said that the French data protection authority was wrong to ask Google to remove information from search results seen not only by people located in France, but also those initiating searches from other locations as well.

Read more on SFGate.

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