Google has to remove links to sensitive personal data from its internet search results in Europe.
The Delhi HC says that #MeToo campaign cannot turn into an unbridled sullying campaign.
Under EU law, individuals can request that a search engine remove certain links from its search results.
France’s data regulator is seeking to extend the right to be forgotten universally.
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Right to be forgotten: How a prudent Karnataka HC judgment could pave the way for privacy laws in India
In a rare case, the Karnataka High Court accepted, approved and upheld the concept of and the right to be forgotten, which was unheard of before in India.
There is no reason for creation of a separate legal framework under 'right to be forgotten' to delink 'irrelevant information' from the Internet, Google today told Delhi High Court.
Alphabet's Google appealed on Thursday an order from the French data protection authority to remove certain web search results globally in response to a European privacy ruling, escalating a fight on the extra-territorial reach of EU law.
Google has released some numbers related to the 'right to be forgotten' ruling. It means individuals who've requested removing of certain URLs from search results.
Google has rejected a French demand to globally apply the so-called right to be forgotten, which requires the company to remove links to certain information about users if asked.
Google must scrub search results worldwide when it agrees to requests from users to be "forgotten", rather than just from European versions of its website, France's data protection regulator said on Friday.
Firms such as Google and Microsoft will face stiffer fines if they violate Europe's "right to be forgotten" online rules, according to a draft text agreed by European Union ambassadors on Wednesday, diplomatic sources said.
A panel of experts appointed by Google to advise it on a European court ruling ordering it to remove some personal information from search results is leaning toward limiting the application to European websites only.
Google is only removing search results from European websites when individuals invoke their "right to be forgotten", contrary to regulators' guidelines,