Over the span of 120+ years of American legal history, corporations have enjoyed the benefits of personhood. This talk explores whether corporations should enjoy the "right to be forgotten," articulated recently by Blanchette (2006) and Werro (2009). We will consider the risks and benefits of the corporate right to be forgotten in the context of our ongoing efforts to preserve the digital records of the failed law firm Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison and discuss possible mechanisms that recognize the requirements of both deorganized firms and the interested public.
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