It House, October 1, according to Forbes, The Globe And Mail and other media reported on Saturday local time, the United States Federal Court of Appeals recently passed a ruling by a 2-1 majority:Google is not a news and art organization and does not meet the exemption rules.。
The ruling will prompt Google to take stronger measures to protect personal information in Canada. At the same time, it also means that Google will face new challenges in the field of Internet search in Canada.Because it accounts for more than 75% of the Canadian Internet search market.。
The judge saidGoogle search does not collect, use or disclose personal information for the purpose of 'news reporting', and if any, it is not entirely for that purpose.”
According to the report, the ruling triggered a discussion on the "right to be forgotten". (note: refers to people asking their personal information not to be searched on the Internet.)
Valerie Lawton, a spokesman for the Canadian Privacy Commissioner's office, said he was glad that the court agreed with their position because it made it clearGoogle's search engine service is regulated by the Federal Privacy Act.. "this provides an important clarification for the application of law in this field," she said. "
The case dates back to 2017, when local people complained to the Federal Privacy Commissioner thatAn online article about him caused personal injury, employment discrimination and a constant threat to his life.. He wished to remove his information from the search results provided by the search engine and to file a complaint with the Privacy Commissioner, who dealt with the complaint under the Canadian personal Information Protection and Electronic documents Act.
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