In response to the EU court ruling on the right to be forgotten, Google plans to tour Europe as early as this fall in a series of meetings to explain its stance on privacy, The New York Times reports. Additionally, the online search giant has announced additional members of its privacy panel, including former German Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger and Le Monde Editorial Director Sylvie Kauffmann. Details on the full 10-person panel, with individual biographies, as well as an online form asking users to “tell us your thoughts on the CJEU ruling” are now available on a Google webpage. “For each of these requests, we’re required to weigh … an individual’s right to be forgotten with the public’s right to know,” Google states. “We want to strike this balance right.”
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