The New York assembly bill S04561 aims to allow individuals to request the removal of information upon request. The act as outlined by the bill is nothing more than the suppression of free speech.
From the Washington Post:
So, under this bill, newspapers, scholarly works, copies of books on Google Books and Amazon, online encyclopedias (Wikipedia and others) — all would have to be censored whenever a judge and jury found (or the author expected them to find) that the speech was “no longer material to current public debate or discourse” (except when it was “related to convicted felonies” or “legal matters relating to violence” in which the subject played a “central and substantial” role). And of course the bill contains no exception even for material of genuine historical interest; after all, such speech would have to be removed if it was “no longer material to current public debate.” Nor is there an exception for autobiographic material, whether in a book, on a blog or anywhere else. Nor is there an exception for political figures, prominent businesspeople and others.
From the looks of the bill it is targeted at the rich progressive left of New York City who may not like having information about themselves remaining as public record. It’s New York so no surprise that after crippling the people’s second amendment rights the next to go are the first amendment rights