Episode 155: The Right to [REDACTED]

Do we have a fundamental right to be forgotten on the Internet? Would the exercise of that right constitute censorship? How do these considerations intersect with our notions of privacy and security? This episode Kevin and I dive deep into these questions. A broad topic, complex rabbit trails, and more show notes than you can shake a Stingray at… it’s time for BF! Enjoy.

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“Secrets From The Future” by MC Frontalot

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Big thanks to Figure8 Coffee Purveyors for hosting us for this show!

If you ever want to send me encrypted mail, just ask for my public key. Happy to share.

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  1. Rule Set Update C | Bad Philosophy 03/11/2014 at 3:25 pm

    […] and Stephen reflect on episodes 154, 155, and 156, and refresh the rule framework of BF with a change, removal,…

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