Since the infamous “Right To Be Forgotten” ruling came into effect throughout Europe in May, it has been widely debated. Should search engines, adhering to the EU Court of Justice’s decision, be required to remove links to information deemed “inadequate, irrelevant, or no longer relevant”? Who should decide what, exactly, fits into these categories?
“Google has been uncomfortable with this decision for many reasons,” Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman, said at a panel hearing in Berlin this week. “The first being that the detail is somewhat... read more