By: John Grgurich | May 18, 2014 (Featured on The Fiscal Times)
The European Union’s Court of Justice this past week backed a “right to be forgotten,” letting individuals ask Google and other search engines to remove links to irrelevant or incorrect news stories, court rulings, old photos and other information about them.
The ruling only applies to search results displayed in Europe, but it raises a host of thorny issues, both ethical and practical. Google, which described the ruling as “disappointing,” has already received a flurry of requests to remove search results…
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