“It is more arduous to honor the history of the nameless than that of the renowned,” the philosopher wrote. “Historical reconstruction is devoted to the memory of the nameless.”
Thu, Jun 20, 2013 - Page 9 News List
Will safeguarding Internet privacy delete 21st-century history?
Archivists, genealogists, history professors and others who rely on records say that an EU proposal that would ensure Web users’ ‘right to be forgotten’ will be tantamount to erasing history because online documents are the ‘first draft’ of 21st-century history
By Eric Pfanner / NY Times News Service, SERRAVAL, France
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