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The 'right to be forgotten' online

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Privacy on the internet has been a hot topic this week with the European Commission publishing plans to give people the power to delete personal data they might not want to see online.

Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones gets a "personal privacy audit" and investigates whether there's a need for more regulation on the sharing of personal data online.


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