[JURIST] An advocate general for the European Court of Justice (ECJ) [official website] released an advisory opinion [text] Tuesday finding that EU data protection law [text] does not require Google [corporate website] and other Internet search companies to withdraw sensitive data from search indices even when found to be harmful. In November 2009 a Spanish citizen found that a Google search of his name led to decades-old newspaper announcements listing his property on the market because of his failure to...

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