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Thursday, January 10, 2019

Limiting the Right to be Forgotten

Been intrigued by the EU  'right to be forgotten'  laws a means to say you can have information about you scrubbed from the web.    Increasing your privacy at least in theory.    Seems only to be relevant only to big players who manage such information, like Google.    But unclear to me that other dark parts of the web are involved.   Google gets many such requests,  but approves only some.  Now new court rulings seem to say this is only relevant to the EU.   See below to this and links to more background information.

EU courts told 'right to be forgotten' law should not apply globally
The chief advisor at Europe's highest court has sided with Google. .... "

By Rachel England, @rachel_england in Engadget

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