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As a matter of principle, therefore, we respectfully disagree with the CNILís assertion of global authority on this issue and we have asked the CNIL to withdraw its Formal Notice. Google To Defy France's Request for Global "Right to be Forgotten" [googlepolicyeurope.blogspot.co.uk]
Politicians should stay away from areas they know nothing about.
If you do something bad, and someone writes a book about it, can a French court order a French library to remove the book from its catalog after a few years? Not from their holdings, just from the publicly searchable catalog. How about moving the physical book from the public stacks (er... they do have public libraries in France don't they?) to a by-request-only area?