“Not My City Anymore” coverage starts at minute *17:08*
Google begins implementing the “right to be forgotten”, but we consider whether it is being over-zealous in how it is doing so.
As FaceBook receives criticism over a pyschological experiment it conducted on users without their knowledge, we hear from the company on how it sees itself as a force for good.
And how one San Francisco resident has responded to being priced out of the city by the influx of tech money, by using the technology industry to make a point about itself.
Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones, with special guest Mike Butcher, Editor of the TechCrunch Europe website, and Dave Lee and Mark Ward from the BBC online technology desk.
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