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That's out of our scope strictly speaking. But if you're
interested, I think this is a very welcome opinion. "The right to
be forgotten" all too often looks like plain censorship (at
least, in the current form people are promoting it).
This so called "right" is actually trying to promote something
new. The basic rights to personal data are, IMHO, already
sufficiently defined by previous laws, since 1978 in France
(and something like 1977 in Germany). [Of course, the devil is in
the details… hence the current EU revision]
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