Forget me, Google
Living online means leaving a lot of digital footprints, some of which we might like to erase. Now the top court in the European Union has ordered Google to help some users do just that, upon request, by deleting links. Amanda Putz spoke about the ruling with people on both sides of the "right to be forgotten" debate: Brian Lee Crowley of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, and Avner Levin, the director of the Privacy and Cybercrime Institute at Ryerson University.
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