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Google can forget you – but only in Europe

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Want your past to be forgotten on the Net? Moving to Europe might be your best bet. Google doesn’t have to apply Europe’s “right to be forgotten” law globally. It must remove links to sensitive personal data from its search results in Europe when needed, but not for searches elsewhere worldwide.  https://blog.fraudcracker.com/google-can-forget-you-but-only-in-europe/

Author: Colette Symanowitz

Director of FraudCracker. Passionate about entrepreneurship, personal branding and networking. I also tweet under @FraudCracker

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