If I understand correctly, the "right to be forgotten" legislation and related efforts allows a content owner (human) to prevent derived works from being displayed in a search engine about themselves.
Suppose we simplify the problem a bit, and I were to create an alias/A.K.A. for myself. Is there any way I can copyright, license, or publish unique content under this pseudonym that allows me to arbitrarily or wholly revoke discussion about that content?
For example, the corporate personhood of Apple prohibits discussion and derivative works regarding their private and internal API's. None of these topics are visible on Google, even there are underground websites that discuss such content. How can an individual leverage similar rights?
What legal frameworks allow me to publish unique and original content that also gives me the legal authority to:
Remove that content from search results with the broadest international law support (in whole, or part)
Remove that content from the republisher, or derived work (DCMA takedown equivalent)
I'm guessing the right tools is some combination of Copyright, IP licensing, and NDA.
Is there any example of how this would be done in practice?