Remembering and Forgetting in the Digital Age - Workshops Due to the nature of the topic this research project is set up internationally and interdisciplinary. Therefore, a lot of attention to questions, solutions and restrictions of remembering and forgetting of personal information within other disciplines and legal frameworks is a vital factor of this project. The workshops conducted by the research team discuss the multi-facetted theoretical and practical questions within this challenging field of topic. The question of how personally identified information in a digital environment can be regulated in a time-related and contextual way in order to suffice the interest of the individuals involved and society as a whole to deal with remembering and/or forgetting, lies at the core of these workshops. Within the first phase of the project the national workshop took place on 23 October 2013 in the MLE-House. Representatives from varying subject areas participated in this event, in order to brainstorm various aspects of remembering and forgetting in their fields of research. During an exchange of ideas the problematic issues and possible solutions for the legal regulation of remembering and forgetting were openly discussed. At the same time, technological restrictions and practical considerations of the use of personally identified information in the government and economy were subject of the discussion.