Google Fights Right-to-Be-Forgotten Fine at French Top CourtBy
French privacy watchdog levied 100,000-euro penalty in March
Challenge concerns scope of EU top court ruling on search link
Google has taken a fight against France’s privacy watchdog to the country’s highest administrative court, challenging a March decision to fine it 100,000 euros ($112,000) for failing to remove “right-to-be-forgotten” requests from global search results.
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