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  1. Google Responds to 'Right to Be Forgotten' Questionnaire

    In light of the most recent European ruling on the so-called "Right to Be Forgotten," Google issued a public, or what it called "transparent," response to a questionnaire it received from the Article 29 Working Party, an organization comprised of...

  2. Google Begins Removing Search Results to Comply With 'Right to be Forgotten'

    A Search of Gonzalez's name now shows text at the bottom of the page, which reads, "Some results may have been removed under data-protection law in Europe. Google has started removing search results, following the European Court of Justice landmark...

  3. 5 Fast Facts about the EU's Privacy Ruling on Google

    He claimed the debts had long been resolved, and the Google link to this outdated information had violated his data protection rights. This ruling, along with another landmark ECJ privacy case that threw out Europe's data retention directive...

  4. Google's Universal Privacy Policy Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

    We are confident that our new simple, clear and transparent privacy policy respects all European data protection laws and principles. Their concerns over Google's co-mingling of user data across all services were dismissed by Google at the time...

  5. Google Faces £500,000 Fine if Privacy Policy Isn't Changed by Sept. 20

    In our letter we confirm that its updated privacy policy raises serious questions about its compliance with the UK Data Protection Act. Failure to take the necessary action to improve the policy's compliance with the Data Protection Act by...

  6. Opinion: Search Engines Not Responsible for Deleting Personal Data From Index

    In the ruling, Jääskinen said that Google and other search engines are not subject to privacy requirements under existing European data protection law. Search engine service providers are not responsible, on the basis of the Data Protection...

  7. Is Google's Unified Privacy Policy Illegal in Europe?

    The move comes after French data protection regulatory CNIL confirmed that Google had made no attempt to meets it concerns over its renewed privacy policies, first unveiled in March 2012, despite its numerous complaints that the changes were...