Google ordered to remove search results WORLDWIDE upon request: French data privacy agency gives tech giant two weeks to apply ‘right to be forgotten’ rule across all its search engines

France’s data watchdog has given Google just two weeks to extend the ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling to all of its domains.

The agency CNIL issued the order more than a year after Europe’s highest court ruled that people have the right to control what information appears when their name is searched online.

The European Court of Justice ruling allows people to ask Google to remove information about them, if they believe the information is out of date, irrelevant or inflammatory.

But Google only deletes the information from searches made through European domains, such as or

By switching to a non-European Google domain, such as, internet users can still access the deleted links relatively easily…

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Is that Barbara Billingsley?

  • warrenzoell

    I hate Google.