Patent application for the 'Clean Slate'.

The Clean Slate was a computer program (patented by Rykin Data) that allowed for the purging of an entire subject's collective data from all databases. It was patented by A. Heiberger on January 21, 2004.

It was sought after by John Daggett, who bought the entirety of the parent company for the sole purpose of acquiring the program. The program was eventually taken from him.

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