Google Fined by French Privacy Agency for Not Removing LinksBy
Google to pay 100,000 euros for not removing links from site
Fine follows EU court ruling setting out right to be forgotten
Google was fined 100,000 euros ($112,000) by France’s data-protection authority for failing to remove “right-to-be-forgotten” requests from global search results.
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