Google Win “Right To Be Forgotten” Lawsuit Eliminating Data Protections

Contrary to the World Wide Web’s name, the internet is still bound to the constraints of petty nationalism, forcing the EU’s top court to rule that Google does not have to comply with “right to be forgotten” requests regarding sensitive information outside of Europe, Reuters reports.

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