Google’s ‘right to be forgotten’ fine cancelled by French court

According to Bloomberg Law, Google has won a battle over the right to be forgotten after France’s top administrative court canceled a fine of 100,000 euros for failing to remove contentious search results globally. The French Council of State cancelled the 2016 penalty, following a recent judgment from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) which supported Google, by ruling that it should only scrub search results on European versions of its websites.