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Vol. 20, No. 146

Two quick pieces about Google that I found interesting. Europe, in general, is more more user and privacy centric then the US. So I was shocked to read that “In a weighing of GDPR rights, Germany’s top court rejected appeals in two cases, deciding that the right to information superseded the right to be forgotten, handing the internet giant a win.” If Germans can’t get the right to be forgotten, there is no hope here in the US. And in the second post, it’s clear Google is taking the long game on this pandemic, announcing “office closures until mid-2021.” Read more at:
Legaltech news: Google Triumphs in ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Cases in Germany
ars technica: Google will keep 200,000 workers home through next summer

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