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Google fined record EUR 600,000 in Belgium for failure to respect right to be forgotten

2020-07-14 16:19:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Google has been fined a record EUR 600,000 in Belgium for failure to implement the 'right to be forgotten'. Belgium's privacy regulator said the company failed to handle sufficiently a request from a public figure in Belgium to have search results removed from Google's site. 

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