Why Google is pushing back against Europe's 'right to be forgotten' – Christian Science Monitor


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Why Google is pushing back against Europe's 'right to be forgotten'
Christian Science Monitor
The European 'right to be forgotten' practice allows people to ask search engines to remove links to defamatory, inaccurate, or outdated information about them. By Jeff Ward-Bailey, Correspondent May 13, 2015. close. Google is in talks with EU regulators …
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