1. Is there a ‘right to be forgotten’?

    When Europe’s highest court ruled last year that citizens have a “right to be forgotten” on the Internet, many legal scholars and privacy advocates doubted the decision would have much impact in the United States, land of the First Amendment.

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    1. The idea that after some period of time information in the public realm can be ordered erased is so Orwellian it's unnerving to an American sensibility.
    2. Taking the position that nothing must ever be removed no matter what is a very callous thing.
    3. It's like the old card catalogs at the library.
    4. I was critical of the original decision because it puts Google in the position of being judge and jury on a wide range of requests for erasing information, but the latest ruling is also very troubling.
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