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On The Importance Of Forgetting

The ongoing debate about Europe’s so-called ‘right to be forgotten‘ ruling on search engines has shone a light onto a key pressure point between technology and society. 1,599 more words

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Canadian court forces Google to remove search results worldwide, as fears of "memory hole" grow

A Canadian court took the unprecedented step this week of maintaining global jurisdiction over Google(s goog) and forcing it to delete search results not just for “google.ca” but for “google.com” as well. 1,162 more words

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To help Europeans become more 'forgotten,' Google has removed over 100,000 links

Details are emerging on that meeting yesterday in Brussels between the big three search engines and European privacy regulators.

Regulators called the meeting to find out about how the search companies are implementing the “ 516 more words

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Report: Google has removed around 50,000 links thanks to Europe's "right to be forgotten"

Europeans have asked Google to remove more than 91,000 links from its search results, and the company has granted more than half of those requests, … 541 more words

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The internet is a politically and culturally loaded tool, particularly when it comes to censorship

As someone with a deep interest in technology and its effects on society, recent events relating to the internet – specifically, to web censorship – have left me perplexed. 1,579 more words

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Google Granting Around Half Europe's Search De-Index Requests -- But Won't Show Its Workings

Following a meeting between European regulators and search engines yesterday, to discuss the latter group’s implementation of a recent European Court of Justice privacy ruling… 1,062 more words

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European Union to Google: Start 'forgetting' better

European regulators don’t like how Google is forgetting.

Authorities from the European Union’s privacy regulators are in the process of meeting with representatives of major search engines — including Yahoo and Microsoft as well as Google — about complying with the so-called “ 549 more words

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