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Forming a Dimension of Digital Human Rights: Research Agenda for the Right to be Forgotten
|Title:||Forming a Dimension of Digital Human Rights: Research Agenda for the Right to be Forgotten|
|Keywords:||The right to be forgotten|
digital human rights
|Issue Date:||04 Jan 2017|
|Abstract:||The right to be forgotten has emerged so as to build legal foundations for data subjects to be relieved from misappropriation of personal data on the Internet. However, studies of information systems (IS) on the right to be forgotten and related issues are rare as agreements of the right are diverse according to legal and cultural backgrounds. IS researchers should conduct both explorative and exploitative research in order to build a firm knowledge base for a better understanding of the right to be forgotten from the IS perspective. Doing so would help academia, legislators, and governments, and individuals to understand effects of the right on social, technological and psychological point of view. By suggesting a research agenda to investigate the right to be forgotten, this study sheds light on IS research direction of the right to be forgotten.|
|Rights:||Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International|
|Appears in Collections:||Addressing Grand Challenges with Information Technology Minitrack|
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