"Right to be forgotten" not globally applicable

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The suggestion comes as a big win for the online giant
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The suggestion comes as a big win for the online giant

The ECJ has been told that the ruling can only be enforced in EU member states

The European Court of Justice has been told that the EU's "Right to be Forgotten" (RTBF) cannot be globally applied, but is only enforceable across EU member states. This was suggested by the Co...

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