The case has been seen as a test of whether Europe can extend its laws beyond its borders. Photo: Reuters

Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ does not cover whole world, top EU court rules

  • The European Court of Justice found in favour of Google in a case the tech giant brought against France after it was fined 100,000 euros (US$109,939)
  • France’s privacy watchdog had issued the fine after the tech giant refused to ‘delist’ sensitive information from its search results globally
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The case has been seen as a test of whether Europe can extend its laws beyond its borders. Photo: Reuters
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