Picture yourself teaching high school students expository writing. You’ve assigned them a personal essay to write. You frame the topic:

“You may recently have heard of the term, ‘Right to be Forgotten.’ It was introduced in Europe, and it refers to the right of an individual to enjoy his or her present life without fear of being stigmatized by past behavior digitally preserved. It’s an especially important right to evaluate in today’s connected world, where digital trails can surface at any...

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