Case C-507/17 | Google v CNIL

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Publication Date 2017
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Advocate General Szpunar proposes that the Court should limit the scope of the dereferencing that search engine operators are required to carry out to the EU.

On 24 September 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union delivered its judgement and held that the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ under EU law does not require search engines to de-list search results on a global basis.

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EPRS: At a Glance, October 2019: European Court of Justice limits the territorial scope of the 'right to be forgotten'

Advocate General's Opinion id Case C-507/17
CJEU: Press Release, 10.01.2019: Advocate General’s Opinion in Case C-507/17 Google v CNIL

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