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‘Right to be forgotten’ by Google should apply only in EU, says court opinion

The “right to be forgotten”, which enables claimants to request the removal of links to irrelevant or outdated online information about them, should not be enforceable globally, the European court of justice (ECJ) has found in a preliminary opinion.

The controversial power, requiring search engines to prevent access to material on the internet, should be enforceable only in the EU and not worldwide, the court’s advocate general, Maciej Szpunar, said. Final judgments by the ECJ usually endorse initial opinions.

Full article: ‘Right to be forgotten’ by Google should apply only in EU, says court opinion | Technology | The Guardian

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