Google is grappling with rights to privacy and rights to free speech. In 2014, Europe’s highest court established the idea that citizens have the right to be forgotten—a foreign concept to most Americans. In Europe, individuals can be deleted from certain internet records. But Google and other media organizations believe that deleting all search results on a single individual worldwide amounts to censorship. European law does not cross continents, but the internet does. What do you think?
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