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.

To hear the full conversation, click here.