Thursday, 21 June 2018

Google set for EU showdown over privacy

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Thursday 24 July 14

Regulators reportedly unhappy at search giant's implementation of right to be forgotten rules.

Google is set to be hauled over the coals by privacy watchdogs over its implementation of the European Union's right to be forgotten rule. The search giant has launched an online form to enable European users to request the removal of information about themselves from Google's results…

Google is set to be hauled over the coals by privacy watchdogs over its implementation of the European Union's right to be forgotten rule. The search giant has launched an online form to enable European users to request the removal of information about themselves from Google's results…

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