On March 12, the Consumer Defense Commission finalized its draft Right To Be Forgotten bill (source document in Portuguese), which would require search engines to remove links to outdated or irrelevant information after the request of a citizen. The House of Representatives and Senate must pass the proposed legislation, and the President must approve the bill before it becomes official.

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