Peter Fleischer writes:
The “Right to be Forgotten” is a very successful political slogan. Like all successful political slogans, it is like a Rorschach test. People can see in it what they want. The debate would sound quite different if the slogan were actually something more descriptive, for example, the “right to delete”. The European Commission has now proposed to make the “right to be forgotten” into a law. It’s a big step to turn a vague political slogan into a law. The time for vague slogans must now give way to a more practical discussion of how the “right to be forgotten” could actually work.
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