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Reloading Data Protection
In this paper we analyze some of the practical realities around deleting personal data on social networks with respect to the Canadian regime of privacy protection. We first discuss the extent to which the European right to be forgotten is, and is not, reflected in Canadian privacy law, in regulation, and in the decisions of the OPC. After outlining the limitations of Canadian law we turn to corporate organizational practices. Our analyses of social networking sites' (SNSes) privacy policiesdoi:10.1007/978-94-007-7540-4_3 fatcat:zr2ojfbjsvfr5ex5yb5q7r62tm