Google is facing yet another challenge over privacy rights--this one to be played out in a Spanish courtroom, starting tomorrow.
The search giant is up against a legal test from the Spanish government's data protection agency. Established to field complaints from citizens over how their personal information appears online, the agency has demanded that Google remove links to sites that it claims violate people's privacy rigths, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The agency contends that under Spanish law, Google is required to remove such links--a claim that Google has challenged. Specifically, the agency wants more than 90 … Read more