Program Preview: Data Privacy Around the World
Episode Date Nov 11 2010
While Queen Elizabeth II joins Facebook the EU Commission is working on provisions that would allow its residents to exercise the “right to be forgotten” i.e. to permanently remove personal data from the Internet. The new law on data protection would regulate how long information such as photos on Facebook could be stored online.
How do different countries around the world view and control data privacy?
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This week's host is Charles Davis of the Missouri School of Journalism. The guests will be from the United States and Europe.