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French Watchdog Says Google Should Expand Right To Be Forgotten

France’s Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés said Friday it issued a formal order for Google to apply the right to be forgotten removals to all its domain names, including, not just those in Europe. The order gives Google 15 days to comply, after which the CNIL can open sanctions proceedings leading to a fine of up to $168,000, per The Wall Street Journal. 

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