Frances Robinson reports:
Representatives of Google Inc. rolled into Brussels on Tuesday, the last stop on their seven-city tour of Europe to discuss the so-called right to be forgotten, which was established by a May ruling by the European Court of Justice. The two-month cavalcade felt like spring break with more intellectual property lawyers. And, like spring break, everyone was talking about getting naked.
“You have no right to see me naked,” said Paul Nemitz, a director in the European Commission’s Justice Unit, who has criticized the tour as an effort to sabotage the court’s ruling. “A world in which everybody can see everybody naked is wrong.”
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