Last month, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the highest court in Europe in matters of law) made the landmark decision that Google and other search engines must now remove links to content about people if they request it. This right to be forgotten ruling Is proving divisive, because although It protects individuals’ privacy, It also means that career criminals, corrupt politicians and other people with something to hide can effectively edit their pasts.

In this blog, we frequently provide advice on staying anonymous online, from using VPN services to disguise your identity and location to tightening up your Facebook privacy settings.

However, at the same time, we're opposed to the idea of internet censorship.In this feature, we look at both sides of the story, explaining how you can delete all your personal information from Google and other online services, while looking at why that might not always be a good thing.

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