Saw this today at Haiku Bandit Society (and crafted a very haiku-like comment limited to 256 characters)
I hereby link via blog entry to CBC interview with privacy rights expert Brenda McPhail
Comparing Canadian and European situations I am led to ponder the nature of timelines and privacies…
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) – right to be forgotten in one’s own time over time …
As Brenda McPhail reminds us Right to Privacy is not absolute but neither should it be tread on lightly.
We will all be forgotten by history eventually… some like to be forgotten sooner and some like to cultivate legacies.
Indigenous cultures in Canada invite us to think Seven Generations out — that seems like a fine time line.
There will be bit rot
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And so for day 2768