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Daily Dashboard | Canadians have 'right to be forgotten' on Google, court rules Related reading: Canadian Parliament's Bill C-27 hearing delves deeper into AIDA



Canada's Federal Court of Appeal ruled Google's search engine is covered by the country's federal privacy law, The Globe and Mail reports. The court determined an exemption for journalistic or artistic work does not cover Google searches, meaning Canadians have the right to request their names be unsearchable, known as the "right to be forgotten." 
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