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Right to be forgotten

Meg Ambrose, whose research focus is the digital right to be forgotten, comments on the recent ruling by the European Court of Justice that internet companies like Google can be made to remove personal information from search engine results....

Meg Ambrose, whose research focus is the digital right to be forgotten, comments on the recent ruling by the European Court of Justice that internet companies like Google can be made to remove personal information from search engine results.

<ul> <li><a href="http://www.cbc.ca/spark/episodes/2013/04/12/213-data-longevity-integrative-thinking-virtual-staging/">Meg Ambrose on Spark in April 2013</a></li> </ul> <!--START Right to be forgotten AUDIO HERE --> <div class="clear"></div> <!--END Right to be forgotten AUDIO -->

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