Do you have the right to be forgotten? Probably not, but that won’t stop people from trying to erase their tracks from the internet. Charlie Ozborne on what you need to do.
There’s an idea that once something is online, it is immortal, immutable, and almost impossible to contain. Another way of saying this is that you should not put anything online you wouldn’t want your grandmother to see, in case the consequences damage you or your prospects down the line.
Is erasure even possible?
However, a need to protect our privacy may be far more serious. Abuse, stalking, and bullying may also factor as reasons to erase our digital footprints.
Good step-by-step process. Interesting exercise. It won’t work.