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Share24 September 2019The 'right to oblivion' of users on the internet has no global reach for search engines like Google but affects all EU member states. This was established by European justice, which gives Google the right to dispute in France, with the National Computer Freedom Commission (Cnil) which in 2016 forced the search engine to pay 100 thousand euros, accusing it of limiting the right to oblivion to the its only European version.