On “The Right To Be Forgotten”.

On The Right To Be Forgotten: My ideal privacy protection scenario to protect an individual’s public identity.

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In my ideal privacy protection scenario an individual’s public identity would be protected by a hierarchy of three steps. The person, the individual would make data requests, express preferences and give permissions for data on the internet regarding their public identity. The Government would protect the individual’s privacy by applying power. The power would direct Internet search engine companies to obey the government’s instructions and laws to protect the choices of the individual.

In response to:  (An Editorial) “Europe’s Expanding ‘Right to be Forgotten’, The New York Times, February 4th, 2015, A24.

Did the GCHQ spy on you? Find out here via Privacy International. Enter your name and email and the Privacy International folks will search through database made accessible under a recent court order.

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