Google versus European privacy courts—it’s the heavyweight battle that just never seems to end. Currently, French privacy agency Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) is in the ring, and Google’s hoping to land a counter-punch.

The California-based Google announced on July 30 that it is appealing CNIL’s data protection order to expand the “right to be forgotten” worldwide. The order in question would apply all of Google’s domain names, including, not just European-based domains.

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