The battle is on Google vs. GDPR!
This case will be interesting to follow. Google is arguing (and I see their point) that to extend the right to be forgotten beyond the borders of the country will mean that France is ultimately trying to extend privacy protection for its citizens worldwide. I am thinking how dangerous this would be if one country could set privacy rights for the world. Not only that but how would that be manageable if a citizen wants some things deleted but not others, or if that citizen continues to leave a footprint after the initial request? It would seem that France is reaching a bit too far with this argument, but we will see.