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Google looks for public input on right to be forgotten

Sharon Gaudin | Sept. 9, 2014
Google is planning a series of seven public meetings across Europe to discuss people's right to be forgotten with the public's right to information.

"The council will also invite contributions from government, business, media, academia, the technology sector, data protection organizations and other organizations with a particular interest in the area, to surface and discuss the challenging issues at the intersection of the right to information and the right to privacy," Google noted.

 

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