Mar 222015
 March 22, 2015  Posted by  Misc, Online

I guess I shouldn’t be surprised, but Mario Trujillo reports:

Nearly nine in 10 U.S. voters want “the right to be forgotten” on the Internet, according to a new poll.

Eighty-eight percent support a U.S. law that would let them petition companies like Google, Yahoo and Bing to remove certain personal information that appears in search results, according to the survey conducted by Benenson Strategy Group and SKDKnickerbocker.

While 52 percent strongly support a U.S. law, another 36 percent somewhat support it.

Read more on The Hill. The survey link doesn’t work for me, but maybe you can access it.

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