Wed, May 14, 2014 -- 9:30 AM

European Court Backs 'Right to be Forgotten' Online

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The fight over privacy rights on the Internet is heating up. A European Union court said Tuesday that Mountain View-based Google Inc. must give people the right to delete online data about themselves. Google called the ruling disappointing, and even some online privacy advocates said it could be tough to implement. We'll discuss what the European decision might mean for the U.S.

Host: Michael Krasny


  • Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center and professor of law at George Washington University
  • Marc Rotenberg, executive director at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and professor at Georgetown University Law Center

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