We have the right to exercise and retain control over our personal history and memory on the internet. This includes being able to access all our personal data and information online, and to be able to exercise control over this data, including knowing who has access to it and under what conditions, and the ability to delete it forever.

How do we sustain the memory of our movements and script our personal and collective struggles? Jac sm Kee writes on feminist memory as resistance "especially when our histories and contribution have been and are actively being rendered invisible. The act of recalling, of naming, is to also make visible our claim in shaping the world we are in."