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Submission + - Facebook Says EU 'Right To Be Forgotten' Would Harm Privacy (techweekeurope.co.uk)

judgecorp writes: "The European Commission has proposed a "right to be forgotten" online, which would allow users to remove personal data they had shared. The idea has had a lot of criticism, and now Facebook claims it would actually harm privacy. Facebook says the proposal would require social media sites to perform extra tracking to remove data which has been copied to other sites — but privacy advocates say Facebook has misunderstood what the proposal is all about"
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Facebook Says EU 'Right To Be Forgotten' Would Harm Privacy

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