Do people have the right to be forgotten?
Using different perspectives on the right to be forgotten, students investigate in groups the issues that surround privacy and the internet. Students debate opposing viewpoints regarding the right to privacy, freedom of information and freedom of speech which culminate in the question: Do people have the right to be forgotten?
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