The Right to be Forgotten 

“[This] marks the beginning of the end of the global Internet, where everyone has access to the same information, and the beginning of an Internet where there are national networks, where decisions by governments dictate which information people get access to. The Internet as a whole is being Balkanized, and Europeans are going to have a very different access to information than we have.”
–Stanford’s Jennifer Granick on Europe’s “right to be forgotten,” granting Google users the right to have links about themselves removed from Google’s search results

Read the article from The New Yorker: “The Solace of Oblivion”