- Should You Have The Right To Be Forgotten On Google? Nationally, Yes. Globally, No.
5 February 2015 The Huffington Post
Luciano Floridi shares his thoughts on the report of the Google Advisory Council on the so-called ‘right to be forgotten’
- Google Panel Said to Favor Limiting Forgotten Right to EU
27 January 2015 Bloomberg Business
An article on a soon-to-be pushed ‘right to be forgotten’ report by the Google panel of experts quotes Luciano Floridi,a member of the panel who said that it would be ‘constructive’
- The ‘infosphere’: Where philosophy meets technology
12 November 2014 BBC News Business
Peter Day who recently interviewed Luciano Floridi for BBC Radio 4 reviews and explores the ideas in Professor Floridi’s book ‘The 4th Revolution: How the Infosphere is Reshaping Human Reality’
- Right to be forgotten: who may exercise power, over which kind of information?
21 October 2014 The Guardian
Luciano Floridi explains the outcomes of the fifth and sixth public meetings of Google’s advisory council which discussed the outcome of the recent “right to be forgotten ruling” made by the European court of Justice
- The right to be forgotten – the road ahead
8 October 2014 The Guardian
Luciano Floridi is chronicling the meetings of the Google Advisory Board as it considers the ECJ ruling on the ‘right to be forgotten’ In this article he writes about his thoughts following the Warsaw consultation.
- Drawing the line
4 October 2014 The Economist
An Economist report on the ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling of the ECJ and its implications for Google quotes Luciano Floridi and notes that he is a member of the Google Advisory Panel.
- Google ethics tour: should readers be told a link has been removed?
29 September 2014 The Guardian
Luciano Floridi explores the outcomes of the third of the Google ethics advisory council meetings held in Paris on 25 September
29 September 2014 The Guardian
Luciano Floridi discusses the third public consultation of Google’s Advisory Council on the ‘right to be forgotten’ held in Paris
- EU and Google Want Resolution on Privacy
25 September 2014 Bloomberg Businessweek
Luciano Floridi, a member of Google’s Advisory Panel, curently on tour in Europe, comments on the politics behind the dilemma of the right to free speech versus the right to privacy.
- The Report
18 September 2014 BBC Radio 4
Luciano Floridi is interviewed as part of a Radio 4 report on the so-called Right to be Forgotten and what it means to Google.
- Google’s privacy ethics tour of Europe: a complex balancing act
16 September 2014 The Guardian
Luciano Floridi writes about the deliberations of Google’s ‘right to be forgotten’ Advisory Board in Madrid and Rome as part of its European consultative tour.
- Discussing Online ‘Right to Be Forgotten,’ Google Takes European Privacy Tour to Spain9 September 2014 New York Times
The Google Advisory Board on the ‘right to be forgotten’ is on the road, visiting seven European capitals. Luciano Floridi is quoted in a report of the first meeting in Madrid
- Google Right-to-Be-Forgotten Roadshow Rebuffs Questions
9 September 2014 Bloomberg Buinessweek
As the Google advisory panel on the ‘right to be forgotten’ begins a seven-city roadshow, critics suggest it is an attempt by Google to manage the debate. Luciano Floridi says whatever the company did would have been considered to be PR.
- Thanks for the Memory
7 September 2014 BBC Radio 4
In an exploration of the effects of technology on memory, BBC Radio 4’s In Business presenter Peter Day interviews Luciano Floridi throughout the programme.
- Uncertainty: technology’s secret weapon in encouraging us to explore
1 September 2014 Guardian Technology
The OII’s Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information explains why a degree of healthy uncertainty is to be welcomed, in an in-depth article in Guardian Technology.
- A manifesto for the future of the ‘right to be forgotten’ debate
22 July 2014 The Guardian
Julia Powles of the University of Cambridge and Luciano Floridi set out strategies for reframing the ethics of our online lives in the light of the ECJ ruling requiring Google to remove some links, in some circumstances, if asked to do so.
- Google council to advise on Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’
11 July 2014 Financial Times
The Tech hub of the FT reports on the announcement by Google of the membership of its ‘council of experts’ which includes Professor Luciano Floridi.
- Luciano Floridi Appointed to Google’s Advisory Council on the Right to be Forgotten
11 July 2014 Oxford Internet Institute
Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford and Director of Research at the Oxford Internet Institute, has been appointed as a member of Google’s Advisory Council on the Right to be Forgotten.
- Google U-turn over deleted newspaper links
3 July 2014 Financial Times
Google has been put in the position of gatekeeper following the European Court of Justice removing links, says Luciano Floridi. ‘I don’t think anyone finds this satisfactory’ he comments in a piece about deleted links to newspaper articles.
- Google starts to forget: first ‘irrelevant’ links removed in compliance with EU ruling
26 June 2014 The Independent
Luciano Floridi’s comment that the European Court of Justice ruling requiring Google to take down some links means the ‘old rules of the internet no longer apply’ is quoted in an article about the first removals by Google.
- The Fourth Revolution: New Book by Luciano Floridi
26 June 2014 Oxford Internet Institute
Who are we, and how do we relate to each other? Luciano Floridi, one of the leading figures in contemporary philosophy, argues that the explosive developments in ICTs is changing the answer to these fundamental human questions.
- Google ethics adviser: The law needs bold ideas to address the digital age
4 June 2014 The Guardian
In a Guardian op-ed Luciano Floridi, advisor to Google on ethics of information writes about the tensions between privacy and freedom of speech and sets out some ground rules for a more nuanced debate.
- Google Gets a Philosopher to Decide Who Gets “Forgotten”
3 June 2014 Huffington Post Business Canada
The recruitment by Google of a philosopher Luciano Floridi to serve on its Advisory Committee on the ‘Right to Forget’ is applauded in the Business blog on Huffington Post.
- Google opens path in Europe for being ‘forgotten’
30 May 2014 EU Business News
EU Business reports that Luciano Floridi, OII Professor of Ethics of Communications has joined Google Founder Eric Schmidt and Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia on an advisory committee created by Google to advise on the ‘right to be forgotten’.
- Luciano Floridi Awarded UC3M’s “Cátedras de Excelencia” Prize for His Work on the Philosophy and Ethics of Information
14 March 2014 Oxford Internet Institute
Luciano Floridi, the OII’s Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information, and Fellow of St Cross College, has been awarded this year’s Cátedras de Excelencia for his work on the philosophy and ethics of information.
- “The Ethics of Information”: New Book by Luciano Floridi
10 October 2013 Oxford Internet Institute
Luciano Floridi develops an original ethical framework for dealing with the new challenges posed by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).