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    Google fined in France for breaking 'right to be forgotten' law
    Google has been fined the equivalent of $112,000 in France for breaking the EU right to be forgotten law. Google originally only delisted results from requests made under the law for people within France, though people in other regions could still see the results. Google then attempted to comply by using geolocation to determine the origin of a search and block the result that way, but this also didn't suffice. Apparently France wants results to be delisted on a global basis, and Google is not willing to fall in line with that level of censorship.

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