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The Right to Be Forgotten – An Explanation

Ed. Note.: This post, by Ashwin Murthy, is a part of the NALSAR Tech Law Forum Editorial Test 2016.

The right to be forgotten is the right of an individual to request search engines to take down certain results relating to the individual, such as links to personal information if that information is inadequate, irrelevant or untrue. 1,093 more words

Regulation

Italian woman commits suicide after her leaked sex tape became a meme

The suicide of a 31-year-old Italian woman has ignited debate about revenge porn laws, after her leaked sex tape became a viral meme online.

Tiziana Cantone was found dead in her mother’s home near Naples Tuesday, less than a year after a video showing her performing oral sex went viral. 586 more words

World

Why I've decided to delete my Facebook account

I’ve been on Facebook for almost a decade, signed up around 2008 or so. It was fun at first, reconnecting with all sort of people who were blasts from the past in high school and college. 1,349 more words

Internet

The Right to Be Forgotten: Eighty-Three

I offer every kind of bribe my narrow mind can conjure, but E blocks them all. Once I get Cal to sit and drink, I know I’ve bought time. 626 more words

The Right to Be Forgotten: Eighty-Two

“Ms. Lancaster requests you follow me to her suite.” The concierge is not impolite exactly. Perhaps he feels as perturbed as I.

Cal and I follow him to a service elevator. 537 more words

The Right to Be Forgotten: Eighty-One

“Evelyn came here today. She told Stipple her expectations. He didn’t take it so well and he’s been drinking most of the day.” Cal appears genuinely concerned. 490 more words

The Right to Be Forgotten: Eighty

I am assigned to meeting duty. Whenever the Senator has a meeting on our bill, I am the one in his ear, listening and researching and whispering. 507 more words