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The age of digital technology, in which we can search and retrieve more information than we could in any previous era, has triggered a debate over whether we have too much information. 1,261 more words
Two years after the European Union first asserted a person’s “right to be forgotten,” or the removal of objectionable search results, Indonesia has moved toward including a similar provision in its Internet law. 857 more words
“The Right to be Forgotten”: Balancing Personal Privacy with the Public’s right to access Information
In the Internet age, when access to information is quick and easy, procuring personal information or past records about an individual is no longer a herculean task. 1,362 more words
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