Obliviate (without consent) should be considered as severe as an unforgivable curse
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Obliviate: The Memory Charm (Obliviate), also known as the Forgetfulness Charm, was a charm that could be used to erase specific memories from an individual's mind. It was different from the spell that created false memories
Unforgivable curse: Unforgivable Curses are the three most powerful and sinister spells known to the wizarding world, and are tools of the Dark Arts. They were first classified as "Unforgivable" in 1717. They are the Killing Curse, Avada Kedavra, the Cruciatus Curse, Crucio, and the Imperius Curse, Imperio.
Using any of these three curses on another human being, Muggle or wizard, will result in a life sentence to Azkaban, unless there is sufficient evidence that the caster did so under the influence of the Imperius Curse.
Con will argue Obliviate is significantly less severe than an Unforgivable Curse, burden of proof is shared
Con cannot argue that using Obliviate innately makes the victim forget/forgive (thus making it inapplicable to the forgivable namesake), this is about a societal standpoint and morality issue