engine - 4:29 pm on Feb 26, 2013 (gmt 0)
Google will do battle with Spain's data protection authority in Europe's highest court on Tuesday in a landmark case with global implications which poses one of the thorniest questions of the Internet age: When is information really private?
The issue before the European Court of Justice has been boiled down to this poser: If a person fails to pay social security contributions and their house is auctioned off as a result, do they have the right to ask Google to delete such damaging information from search results?
E.U. Test Privacy Case For Google and SERPs Content [uk.reuters.com]
This'll be an interesting outcome.