The Right to be Forgotten is a concept that has been discussed for many years, and is now law throughout the European Union (and in Argentina). At a high level, it refers to the right of people to either have certain adverse data about them blocked from being Internet accessible, or to have entries removed from search engine results on their names if the information in those entries is outdated or irrelevant. (In the EU the right resembles the latter of the aforementioned two options.)
Americans presently do not have this right – but need and deserve it. To learn why, please see my Inc. article, Why Americans Need And Deserve The Right To Be Forgotten.