In today’s digitally connected world, racist tweets, drunken Facebook photos or tactless emails can come back to haunt individuals years after the fact. With online search results affecting everything from jobs to relationships, more people are pushing to have a say in shaping their digital narratives – and that includes “the right to be forgotten.” But critics say delisting information online is censorship, and it’s not in the public interest to rewrite history. In the United States, where free speech is enshrined into the Constitution, the debate has grown even fiercer.
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