The European Court of Justice, the EU's top court, has heard arguments in a lawsuit brought by France's data-protection agency demanding that Google and other search engines adhere to Europe's "right to be forgotten" worldwide. That right stems from the court's 2014 decision that individuals with ties to the EU could request in some cases to have information about them removed from search results.
EU top court weighs scope of "right to be forgotten"
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