In Google case, E.U. court says people are entitled to control their own online histories

Read Original Article
Media Outlet: Washington Post

“It definitely makes Europe a less favorable place for these companies to do business. . . . But that’s a balance these countries are allowed to make,” said Tim Wu, a Columbia University professor who specializes in Internet-related legal issues. “Even though the Internet started in America, I don’t think we get a veto on other countries’ laws.”

Click here to read the full article

In the News:

Tim Wu