France’s data protection authority has called on Google to implement the “right to be forgotten” on all its domains worldwide, including google.com, rather than just its EU domains.  According to the notice issued by the Commission National de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) on May 21 and made public on June 12, Google may face sanctions if it does not comply.  This order is the latest effort by European data protection authorities to require Google to apply the “right to be forgotten” on its domains worldwide, rather than delisting search results only on EU members’ domains (such as google.fr) but allowing them to remain accessible through google.com and other non-EU domains.