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#R2BF: AccessNow proposes safeguards for adoption outside Europe

Digital rights advocacy group accessnow recently released a position paper that examines in some detail the adoption of a “right to be forgotten” outside Europe, the challenges that this poses, and the safeguards that should be put in place. Read more...
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