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Is The Right to be Forgotten All Wrong?

As the faculty adviser to the Corsair newspaper at Santa Monica College, I received a request this weekend from a woman who sounded pretty desperate. An article published online at the  537 more words

Corsair Newspaper

Open Letter to Google: 80 Scholars Demanding Transparency on "Right to be Forgotten"

Ellen P. Goodman (Rutgers University School of Law) and Julia Powles (University of Cambridge, Faculty of Law) have assembled 80 scholars (including myself) in support of an… 116 more words

Miscellaneous Governance Issues

A quarter million Europeans have asked Google to forget them

It’s been a year since the EU’s Court of Justice ruled that Google and other search engines must give Europeans the ability to request that information about them be  376 more words

Google reveals easy & difficult 'Right to be forgotten' cases, as possible compromise emerges

The controversy over the ‘right to be forgotten‘ by Google has often seemed destined to run forever, Google arguing that it was being asked to make “difficult and debatable judgements” based on “very vague and subjective tests,” while European courts said that the company… 324 more words

Google Corporate

Musings on Compulsory Social Media Shaming as De Facto Punishment

One of the local television stations regularly posts an ad-bait slideshow on its Facebook timeline that features the mug shots of recently arrested folks in the county jail. 1,024 more words

Philosophical Mess-making

Episode 2: In A World… Where Everything’s Free

Kathryn and Miró wax poetic about Tig Notaro and how Trevor Noah needs to take page out of her book. But should he delete those terrible tweets? 76 more words

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