It's About Time: Privacy, Information Life Cycles and the Right to be Forgotten

This article by Meg Leta Ambrose in the Stanford Technology Law Review explores the idea of data permanence online and the right to be forgotten, while considering the changing nature of informationover time. “Understanding how information changes over time in relation to its subject, how and where personal information resides online longer than deemed appropriate and what information is important for preservation allows regulation to be tailored to the problem, correctly framed,” Ambrose writes.
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