It’s not what you don’t say

“Hiring Hazard: Social Media,” The Wall Street Journal, August 6, 2018 B1.  What happens when you hire (or don’t hire) someone with a “history” of social media postings, some of which may now (or then, or both) be viewed as objectionable?

An editorial writer for a major newspaper is found to have written some racist comments.  A director gets booted from Disney for old tweets. Major league ball players get shamed.

Do the Europeans have it right?  Do you have a right to be forgotten?  Or are you stuck with what you said or wrote years ago, provided that it is preserved electronically?  You did say it, in preservable format.

Is this Governance (or self-governance)?  O the nature of Information?  Or Compliance with ever-evolving social mores?

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