Elephants may never forget, but they still got nothing on Google—and thanks to a recent opinion rendered by Europe’s top court, that may not be changing any time soon.

An advocate general in the European Court of Justice opined that Google should not be mandated to extend the right to be forgotten to users outside the European Union, meaning that the search engine wouldn’t have to honor a request from, say, John Doe of New Jersey to have his email address removed from the results pool.

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