Google is to meet data regulators from across the European Union to discuss the implications of the recent “right to be forgotten” ruling.
An EU court ruled in May that links to “irrelevant” and outdated data should be erased from searches on request, leading to censorship concerns.
The decision, and Google‘s handling of requests, has been heavily debated.
The UK’s information commissioner said he expects a “tsunami” of complaints relating to links people want removed.
Speaking to Radio 5 Live’s Wake Up To Money, Christopher Graham said Google had a responsibility to deal with the issue.
“The polluter pays, the polluter should clear up,” he said.