Aug 102011
 
 August 10, 2011  Featured News, Non-U.S.

Suzanne Daley reports:

MADRID — All 90 people wanted information deleted from the Web.

Among them was a victim of domestic violence who discovered that her address could easily be found through Google. Another, well into middle age now, thought it was unfair that a few computer key strokes could unearth an account of her arrest in her college days.

They might not have received much of a hearing in the United States, where Google is based. But here, as elsewhere in Europe, an idea has taken hold —individuals should have a “right to be forgotten” on the Web.

Read more on The New York Times.

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