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Orogogus wrote on Nov 27, 2014, 00:02:
eRe4s3r wrote on Nov 26, 2014, 23:00:
Google basically had to eat this judgement and the results because the US courts made it illegal for GOOGLE to actually follow the EU laws.

Hence my saying this is something the US courts caused

Wait, so German laws don't apply to German companies operating out of the country?

EDIT: I have to say that "data protection" is one of the more Orwellian terminologies I've heard in recent years. Privacy is well and good, but this is the opposite of protecting data.

It is protecting privacy through laws on data, the opposite of Orwell

How laws work in a world where borders are at best lines someone paints on maps (or where Putin invades and/or annexes land willy nilly) is something to argue about. When you get down to it, Google has brought this upon itself by not splitting EU business into a separate EU company.
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