The Right to Be Forgotten

The right to be forgotten can be traced back to the French right to oblivion. In France, after a criminal serves his sentence, he or she retains the right to object publications that contain information about his or her crime.[1]¬†Similarly, the right to be forgotten grants “individual citizens the ability to demand the permanent removal … Continue reading The Right to Be Forgotten

About this blog.

I like fashion, travelling, photography, reading, walking on the beach and all those fun stuff. But, this blog is not about any of them. Some ages ago, I took a course on privacy laws in Canada at my law school. I wrote my term paper on the right to be forgotten. This was before the … Continue reading About this blog.