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Comment: Despite ruling in Google 'right to be forgotten' case in Canada, more steps needed for Canadians to gain that right

By Mike Swift
  • 19 Jul 2021 17:35
  • 19 Jul 2021 17:59
Canada’s privacy commissioner will reboot his investigation of whether Google should be required to offer Canadians a European style right to be forgotten, now that a national court has ruled that the country’s national online privacy law applies to the world’s leading search engine.

Whether Canadians will be allowed to petition Google

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