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EU right to be forgotten

EU right to be forgotten

The ‘right to be forgotten’ (or ‘dereferencing’) refers to the fact that residents in the European Union (EU) can request that information about them, which appears when searching for their name on the internet, be delisted and therefore made inaccessible. Continue reading

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