Swedish DPA fines Google in RTBF case

13/01/2020 | IAPP

Google has been fined SEK 75 million (approximately 7 million euros) by the Swedish DPA for not complying with its obligations regarding the right to be forgotten. It has also been ordered to delist certain search results, to stop informing websites when such results occur and to otherwise adapt its data subject rights process.

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