EU official criticises Google meetings on right to be forgotten ruling

A senior EU official criticised a series of public meetings held in Europe by Google on a landmark court ruling on the “right to be forgotten”, saying the meetings were part of lobbying efforts against EU data protection rules.Paul Nemitz, a director in the European Commission’s justice department, made his comments at Google’s Brussels meeting, the last in the series of meetings aimed at helping the world’s most popular Internet search engine implement the judgement.

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