The European Union's proposed "Right to Be Forgotten" - designed to let individuals have personal data about them deleted from the Internet upon their request - raises critical questions about the future of digital information. What would such a right mean for free speech and censorship? Should personal data have an "expiration date," and how would data ownership be determined? Should kids have the ability to start over with a clean digital slate when they become adults?
•Larry Magid, Technology Analyst, CBS News
•Jim Adler, Chief Privacy Officer and GM, Data Systems, Intelius
•Lauren Gelman, Founder, Blurry Edge Strategies
•Andrew Keen, Author, Digital Vertigo
•Adam Thierer, Senior Research Fellow, Mercatus Center
Recorded at Tech Policy Summit
Nune 7, 2012, Napa, CA
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