In a major victory for Google, the European Union’s Court of Justice has ruled that search engines do not have to remove links in so-called “right to be forgotten” cases from all its global search engine results.

The EU’s highest court said that EU data protection law was not designed to be applied outside the territory of the bloc’s 28 members. Search engine operators could therefore not be expected to remove links from all versions of their search engines. 

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