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CNIL vs. Google: A Case Study on the Right to be Forgotten

Marshall McLuhan’s vision of a global village—represented today by the Internet and global communications—bridges the distance between countries and people. On the one hand, it’s a good thing because it extends the reach of information and expands opportunities for all. On the other hand, it makes certain information too accessible to those who don’t need …

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