H.O. Maycotte writes:
…. For Google, and for many Americans, this issue hits close to our constitutional home. And while Internet-savvy civilians are currently preoccupied with the net neutrality fight on the homefront, the right to be forgotten is about to become law in at least one state in 2015 – likely pointing to a country-wide rise in awareness over the coming months.
In fact, in a study conducted by Software Advice, 61% of Americans already believe that some version of the right to be forgotten is necessary. Take a look at that 61%, though, and it is clear that most Americans are torn on exactly what that version of law would look like.
Read more on Forbes.