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Should the U.S. adopt the "Right to be Forgotten" on the web?
The U.S. should adopt the "Right to be Forgotten" on the web.
This would promote the idea of personal ownership of data, which is much weaker in the United States compared to other countries.
It would empower individuals over companies with expensive information networks and SEO engineers.
The right to be forgotten establishes everyone's right to privacy and human dignity.
The internet makes it almost impossible to forget—this right gives people a chance to move beyond the past.
The right to be forgotten restricts freedom of expression and information.
All information being available online is fairest.
This right allows individuals to rewrite history.
The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution should be repealed.
Should the US adopt stricter gun controls?
Catalans should have the right to decide on independence with a binding referendum