An anonymous reader writes "The Ars Technica news desk article summarizes an article promoting computer forgetfulness:
"If whatever we do can be held against us years later, if all our impulsive comments are preserved, they can easily be combined into a composite picture of ourselves," he writes in the paper. "Afraid how our words and actions may be perceived years later and taken out of context, the lack of forgetting may prompt us to speak less freely and openly."
In other words, it threatens to make us all politicians.
A full copy of the article (pdf warning) is here."