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Law and reputation firms generate 21% of Right to Be Forgotten delistings, says Google

Delistings occur on result pages for queries containing a requester’s name on (1) Google’s European country search services; and (2) on all country search services, including google.com, for queries performed from geolocations that match the requestor’s country. However, in 2015 the French data privacy regulator CNIL notified Google to extend the scope of delisted URLs globally, not just within Europe. Google appealed this decision, and the matter is now under consideration by the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Full article: https://searchengineland.com/google-law-reputation-manage...

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