March 11, 2012
Is The 'Right To Be Forgotten' The 'Biggest Threat to Free Speech On The Internet'?

curiositycounts:

Mind-boggling debate around the legal right being used in some countries, dubbed ‘The Right to Be Forgotten’ that allows you to remove embarrassing information or pictures you put on the web — and do it permanently, totally. So the question is, should people be allowed to erase their mistakes from the internet? 

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Radiolab is excellent, as always.

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    Not sure how I feel about this, but very interesting to read.
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    Hm…again, mixed feelings.