Today the French Data Protection regulator, CNIL, reaffirmed its position that Google must apply European “Right to Be Forgotten” (RTBF) law globally, by removing content from its services in all countries. Europe’s RTBF laws are rooted in citizens' rights to data protection and privacy. They are inconsistent with U.S. and other countries’ free expression laws, because they require suppression of information even if that information is true and not causing harm. Read more about The ‘Right to Be Forgotten’, the right to be included, and global content regulation
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