Google, the EU, and a Tap on the Nose

July 15, 2020

One of the DarkCyber research team spotted this article: “Google Fined $684,000 over Right to Be Forgotten Failure.” The idea is that an individual in the EU can ask Google to remove links. The write up reports that the Google was not playing “Right to Be Forgotten” by the rules. The failure to ignore the EU citizen’s request was allegedly “particularly negligent.” The Google will have an “obfuscation” of legal eagles (too bad crows have the “murder” collective noun and the stupid lark has “exaltation”).

Not surprisingly, according to the write up, the Google has been working hard. Good to know.

Stephen E Arnold, July 15, 2020

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