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GDPR ~ Giving hide and seek a new challenge …

In Europe, “The right to be forgotten” ~ now known as GDPR ~ was introduced into the public square in 2014 after a landmark case Google v. Spain.   “In Google v. Spain, the European Court of Justice ruled that the European citizens have a right to request that commercial search firms, such as Google, […]

The beginning, the middle, but to what end?

This blog is dedicated to discussions and op-ed essays  This is a discussion forum and not a specific endorsement of any one opinion of material.     From Wiki’s to WAN’s how does all this technology serve us?  Are we protected from ourselves or will the age of information prove to be too much? “To […]

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