Google’s French arm faces daily €1,000 fines over links to defamatory article

Written by John Sharkey

A seasoned website digital marketing expert, John has developed custom websites and digital marketing strategies for numerous businesses of varying sizes. Having an MBA, his expertise is rooted in meeting business needs through a customer-centred approach. He is especially enthusiastic in helping those trying to make a positive change in the world.

15 November, 2014

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A French court is now trying to impose the right-to-be-fogotten decision on Google worldwide, not just in France or Europe, and is fining the company €1,000 per day until the comply. Can French and EU courts jusrisdict laws outside their boundaries worldwide?  Read more about this case from the Guardian article by Owen Bowcott and Kim Willsher. http://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/nov/13/google-french-arm-fines-right-to-be-forgotten  

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