Company is appealing against decision by French data protection authority to apply search-results ruling to all its domains

Google is appealing to France’s highest court over a legal ruling that could require it to choose between leaving France, or censoring its search results worldwide.

The search firm has filed an appeal with the Conseil d’État, the French court with the final say over matters of administrative law, in an attempt to overturn a ruling from the country’s data protection authority (CNIL), which would greatly extend the remit of the so-called “right to be forgotten”.

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