Google Seeks Views in Europe on Right to be Forgotten

Google Inc. executives embarked Tuesday on a seven-city tour of European capitals to discuss Europe’s “right to be forgotten,” one of several fronts in which the U.S. search firm faces a mounting political firestorm in Europe.

The series of meetings that began in Madrid on Tuesday stem from a surprise decision in Europe’s top court that requires search engines, notably Google, to allow individuals to remove some results from Web searches for their names. Since then, Google has been trying to thread a needle by…

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