Google Taps Wikipedia’s Wales To Help Weigh “Right To Be Forgotten”
Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales says he wants a new Google advisory committee on privacy to be seen as a blue-ribbon panel taken seriously by lawmakers to guide public policy. Wales is one of seven members of the committee named late Thursday by Google , as it tries to comply with an EU court order to scrub personal information from search results upon request. “In my view, our role is not just to recommend things to Google, but also to recommend to the public and to legislators,” he said in an interview with the Journal.
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