EU Privacy Group Wants to Meet with Google, Microsoft, Yahoo

European Union privacy watchdogs are raising concerns about Google Inc.'s implementation of the bloc's new "right to be forgotten" rule ahead of a meeting with search engines, EU privacy officials said, raising the specter of a conflict over how to apply the court decision. The main body grouping together the EU's 28 national privacy regulators said that it has invited Google, Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. to a meeting in Brussels to discuss the surprise May ruling that gives individuals the right to request the removal of information about them from search results.