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Forgetting Our Internet Woes

, New York Law Journal

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Bill Moran writes: The First Amendment details bedrock principles in the United States that counter the "right to be forgotten" movement proceeding in Europe and elsewhere. But a debate is needed over where to find the proper balance between our inherent privacy rights concerning at least some of our personal online data on the one hand, and the constitutional rights to freedom of speech and freedom of the press on the other. A more focused approach might strike the balance and thereby advance a foundation for Internet privacy regulation.

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