Right to be forgotten: who may exercise power, over which kind of information? | Technology | theguardian.com

The fifth and sixth public meetings of Google’s advisory council met in Berlin and London recently, inviting experts and the public to discuss the outcome of the recent “right to be forgotten ruling” made by the European court of Justice. Adviser Luciano Floridi explains the consultations.

via Right to be forgotten: who may exercise power, over which kind of information? | Technology | theguardian.com.

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