"Europe is pressing for its ‘‘right to be forgotten’’ ruling to go global. The privacy decision, which allows individuals to ask that links leading to information about themselves be removed from search engine results, has been gaining traction worldwide ever since European officials released guidelines last week that demanded Google and others apply the ruling across their entire search empires. And on Wednesday, Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, who heads the French data protection authority and has campaigned heavily for expanding the ruling, defended European efforts to force search engines to apply the ruling to search results outside of Europe."
Monday, December 8, 2014
Mark Scott, New York Times; French Official Campaigns to Make ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Global: