Google Refuses To Broaden 'Right To Be Forgotten'

Google is opposing a demand by European privacy regulators to broaden the "right to be forgotten" by censoring search results worldwide. "We believe that no one country should have the authority to control what content someone in a second country can access," global privacy counsel Peter Fleischer writes today on the company's blog. ...


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It's amazing how many things we don't question, how many critical assumptions powerfully shape the world around us that are based on muscle memory and reasons that we forget no longer exist. ...

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