August 10, 2017
Should social media users have the right to erase embarrassing posts from their teenage years? The British government thinks so. Draft U.K. legislation would allow individuals to ask for information posted on social media during childhood to be deleted. Platforms would then delete the posts, subject to “very narrow exemptions.” The bill proposed on Monday would in certain circumstances also allow users to request a social media platform remove all their posts.
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