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28 Mar 2016

Google Was Fined By The French Government For Violating Privacy Law

Google hasn't had good times with the European authorities of being late for several reasons. These include tax evasion and etc. Apart from Amazon and Starbucks have had to deal with these issues too. Back to Google, the 'widely known' search engine has been fined €100,000 or approximately $111,645 as the search engine's company failed to abide by the "Right to be Forgotten" rule.  The European Court of Justice in May 2014, Google and other companies like Yahoo and Microsoft had to erase particular web-search results as and when requested.

As the ruling in 2015, Yahoo, Bing and Google are needed by European law to delete search results that are deemed to be irrelevant, damaging or antiquated to any individual, organization or society. Google, defending itself said that their team will delete the said search results.

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