In a case that pits privacy and the “right to be forgotten” against the right of free speech, the European Union’s top court is expected to issue a landmark ruling Tuesday that will determine whether Google must remove links to sensitive personal data worldwide or just in Europe.

In a second related case, the Luxembourg-based European Union Court of Justice will also rule on whether links to websites that contain allegations about individuals’ sex lives or criminal records should also be removed.

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