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Across borders, discussions are in full swing over the dichotomy between the Internet's inability to forget and the call for a "right to be forgotten." In a Forbes report, Kashmir Hill notes, for example, that just such a right "has been affirmed by the Spanish DPA," which recently called for Web sites to delete "inaccurate or out-of-date links" from searches. Meanwhile, Google Global Privacy Counsel Peter Fleischer writes, "More and more, privacy is being used to justify censorship. In a sense, privacy depends on keeping some things private, in other words, hidden, restricted or deleted. And in a world where ever more content is coming online, and where ever more content is findable and shareable, it's also natural that the privacy countermovement is gathering strength."
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