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PS: I can't include such a page without stating that, while handing more control back to the users when it comes to personal information gathered without it being voluntarily and specifically submitted and made public is much needed and the current provisions don't go nearly far enough, the requirements for sites to allow users to remove anything they have voluntarily published in the past, and perhaps even more so the "right to forget" ruling requiring search engines to remove results involving past information about the people who request it, are absolutely terrible concepts, amounting to a rewriting of history at an individual level. One of the basic rules of the Internet was that it never forgets, and that's exactly how it should be.