On April 16, CNIL issued its annual report for 2014 (source document in French). According to the report, the number of privacy-related complaints rose from the previous year, including complaints concerning e-reputation issues (39 percent rise), e-commerce (16 percent rise), banks (12 percent), and public liberties and local administration (11 percent). CNIL also noted that it has received 200 complaints relating to delisting from web search engines since the May 2014 ECJ decision relating to the Right To Be Forgotten.

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