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Google does not have to use the right to be forgotten globally, the European Court of Justice ruled on Tuesday.
The Supreme Court of Europe had looked at two separate cases involving the search engine: whether to remove sensitive personal data worldwide or only in Europe; as well as automatically deleting search results with sensitive information.
This follows from a previous decision on the so-called "right to be forgotten" ̵
In 2016, France's security guard CNIL fined Google 100,000 euros (109,889) for refusing to remove sensitive information from search results on the Internet on request under "right to be forgotten."
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