The Right to be Forgotten - Now the EU, Tomorrow the World?

Presented at THOTCON 0x6 (2015), May 14, 2015, 1:30 p.m. (25 minutes)

The Right to be Forgotten has grabbed headlines around the world. The EU has required Google to delete search results in order to protect the privacy of its citizens. What, exactly, is the Right to be Forgotten? Why does the right exist in the EU? Could a similar right be coming soon to the US? Learn all about this hot topic, and why the EU and US can't seem to agree about privacy.


  • Jim Rennie / FalconRed as Jim Rennie
    Jim Rennie is an attorney specializing in online privacy law. He has helped firms from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies with US, EU, and APAC privacy compliance issues. He has spoken on technology and law issues at many popular hacker conferences.

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