With the news this week that Google and other search vendors are going to have to put in place a way for history to be be removed I was reminded of this fantastic cartoon.
It summarises both the good and the bad that people see, not only Google but other larger organisations.
In this instance I find it ironic that having developed a way for us to find and locate things people are trying to find, I have lived in the pre-internet world, that we might now seek to stop them from doing so.
In the way that reputation companies were looking to remove this history for those prepared to pay I wonder if companies will start to provide a service to store the things Google is removing.
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