An American "Right To Be Forgotten"?

Thanks to the internet's imperative of cataloging and preserving the world's information, a quick Google search can reveal volumes about a person. But one would likely rather be reminded of a clever tweet than an embarrassing mugshot. John M. Simpson, director of Consumer Watchdog's Privacy Project, talks with Bob about why America, inspired by similar actions in Europe, should establish a digital "right to be forgotten."

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