Professor Jared Goldstein spoke to WPRO's Gene Valicenti about a European Union ruling that individuals can ask Google to remove links from search results.

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Goldstein on EU's Google Decision

Professor Jared Goldstein spoke to WPRO's Gene Valicenti about a European Union ruling that individuals can ask Google to remove links from search results.

From the WPRO Morning News: "European Union's Google Ruling" by Gene Valicenti

EU Google RulingMay 15, 2014: The highest court in the European Union has ruled that individuals can ask Google to remove links to news articles, legal judgments and other information that comes up during a name search. WPRO's Gene Valicenti spoke to Professor Jared Goldstein of Roger Williams University School of Law about possible implications in the United States.

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