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Google And The Right To Be Forgotten | Forbes [extern]

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In a case I have been closely following, France’s data-privacy watchdog, CNIL (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés), investigated Google’s non-compliance with the consent and transparent aspects of EU and France’s privacy laws in 2018. Specifically, CNIL pointed to specific areas of non-compliance such as how the information Google presents is not easily accessible and that this information is neither clear nor comprehensive. A particular axis of critique lodged against Google is directed at how this giant processes data to the extent that Google exposes links to sensitive personal information that extends beyond EU boundaries, hence EU legal jurisdiction under the EU’s “right to be forgotten” privacy rule.