[SecurityWeek] Solving the Right to be Forgotten Problem

The Right to be Forgotten (technically the right to erasure or for users to have personal data removed from service providers’ records) creates a big problem for suppliers. This right is becoming standard across the new global wave of data protection and consumer privacy legislation that has followed GDPR. 

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