French data protection regulators reject Google's right-to-be-forgotten appeal

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Calculators out as CNIL starts to tot-up the fines it plans to levy against Google

French data protection regulators have rejected Google's request to drop a right-to-be-forgotten case. The regulator, CNIL, has claimed that the internet giant is compelled to apply the new rule gl...

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