Google and Spain have argued their cases at the Court of Justice of the European Union. Google argued that it will not delete information unless it meets certain criteria and Spain believes that Google has breached the "right to be forgotten."
On Feb. 26, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) heard arguments in Google's latest case. Spain's Data Protection Agency has ruled that Google breached individuals’ right to be forgotten. As a result, the search engine giant was ordered to take down links or information that can be deemed as harmful to an individual. Google, stating that such an action would set a precedent, has taken the trial to the CJEU.