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Bill no. 1.085 on the right to be forgotten and other measures to facilitate access to credit filed.

This bill stems from Bill 254 “instituting the right to oblivion with regard to bank loan insurance”.

It would introduce a right to be forgotten for people who have suffered from a pathology such as cancer or hepatitis C, as long as there has been no relapse after the end of the therapeutic protocol.
This right to oblivion would make it possible to avoid having to declare the aforementioned pathology on a health questionnaire when taking out a loan.