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BYU School of Communications director Ed Carter. (Brad Slade)

You can’t change the past, but thanks to a new legal movement, you may be able to erase some of it online. Here we ask School of Communications director Edward L. Carter (BA ’96, JD ’03), coeditor of the new book Google: Right to Oblivion and Ethical Challenges in the Digital Media Space, about the right to be forgotten, a new legal protection in the European Union that is getting attention in the United States.

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Jessica Zurcher, BYU Communications