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Las Torres de Lucca
This paper argues that debates regarding legal protections to preserve the privacy of data subjects, such as those involving the European Union's right to be forgotten, have tended to overlook group-level forms of epistemic asymmetry and their impact on members of historically oppressed groups. In response, I develop what I consider an abolitionist approach to issues of digital justice. I begin by exploring international debates regarding digital privacy and the right to be forgotten. Then, Idoi:10.5209/ltdl.76459 fatcat:3r6p37e2hbcqvmeku4uqa2nenq