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Google Risks Fines Over 'Right To Be Forgotten'

Google is refusing to bow to an order from the French privacy watchdog to delete search results worldwide when users invoke their "right to be forgotten" online, exposing itself to possible fines. The French data protection authority, the CNIL, ordered the search engine to de-list search results appearing under a person's name from all its websites, including, when asked. Google has complied with 41% of requests "to be forgotten" -- but only from its European sites. 

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