CCT faculty member Meg Ambrose in the news as expert on historic right-to-be-forgotten case
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When the highest court in the European Union handed down a decision that granted EU users the right to request the removal of links pointing to their past from Google’s search index, CCT faculty member Meg Ambrose was sought for comment on the historic case. Her insights can be found in a range of media coverage including NPR’s All Things Considered, CBC’s Spark, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.
An advocate of a certain right to be forgotten, Professor Ambrose has expressed significant criticism of the case. Her full response can be here. Professor Ambrose has written extensively on the the right to be forgotten and presented on the subject at venues from SXSW to European Commission workshops. Her book, Ctrl+Z The Right to be Forgotten, will be available next year.