Google is still dealing with the fallout of a “right to be forgotten” law. The company has suggested it will leave a marker where search results used to be — but it’s unclear whether the law will allow Google to do so.
In a major victory for privacy advocates, the European Court of Justice has ruled that the EU’s data retention policies for phone and internet companies are too broad.
Europe’s highest court resolved a seemingly obvious question about the right to use links on websites. This week’s court decision will hopefully put an end to a long-running discussion.