Oblivion dating system
We can water seeds inside seemingly impenetrable shells.
The changes may not be evident immediately, but well-watered seeds can bloom into beautiful flowers.
Revolutionaries from Saint Francis to Nelson Mandela have used this method.
If one tries to evangelize to a victim of oblivion, he or she may scoff like a Brit and puff his or her cheeks “à la français.” But if one transmits the love and enthusiasm one has for nature, the sky, living beings of all sorts, with love, victims of oblivion will feel the love and consequently transform.
This comparative analysis grasps the practical challenges which the attempt to strengthen individual control and informational self-determination faces.
Consequently, it is argued that narrowing the focus on the data protection law amendments neglects the elaborate balancing of conflicting interests in European legal tradition.
Let’s let our collective energy be contagious and fly on the wings of laughter and affection.
I understood more clearly how crucial it is to love life in all its forms.
A mosquito only bites to nourish itself and so deserves compassion, but what about those tampering with Mother Earth? They haven’t encountered sufficient conditions to become sensitive to their circumstances.
This article argues that, despite its catchy terminology, the right to be forgotten can be understood as a generic term, bringing together existing legal provisions: the substantial right of oblivion and the rather procedural right to erasure derived from data protection.
Hereinafter, the article presents an analysis of selected national legal frameworks and corresponding case law, accounting for data protection, privacy, and general tort law as well as defamation law.
Already in 2012, whenthe European Commission proposed aright to be forgotten,this proposal received broad public interest and was debated intensively.