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Journalistic exemption under PIPEDA should apply to Google: CBC

News | 11/26/2020 6:16 pm EST
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In a case that could determine whether a “right to be forgotten” exists in Canada — and whether search engine results on Alphabet Inc.‘s Google would be considered journalistic and thus exempt from de-indexing requests — CBC/Radio-Canada has told Federal Court that Google search results should fall under journalistic protections. 

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