One can argue that the very fact that when you type google.com into the browser you're automagically redirected to google.fr is actually doing exactly what France wants it too. Otherwise it better start closing it's borders and locking down the grey market lines too. After all here's an example of a company doing everything possible to comply with local laws by producing a personalised product for that country.
It's a first visit soft redirect, if you go to Google.com anyway that will stay your new default, and is also serving results personalized for your country, with local ads sold by local Google office. It is a product Google is delivering and selling in France, and then has to follow French law too.
To follow the law Google would just have to geo-target the right to be forgotten on search results served within EU regardless of what domain the EU user is going to (as they already do with the search results and ads). That Google just implemented it on