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BBC sets up list of news article links 'forgotten' by Google

For a year, Google’s been forced to forget EU people.

Bing, too, and Yahoo.

Since last year, people in the EU have had the… 674 more words

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American Firms Must Be Careful Doing Business In Europe

For quite a while, the European Commission has been rather tough in regulating large  American companies doing business in Europe and penalizing them when their practices are deemed unacceptable — sometimes, billions of dollars in fines as well as changes in business activities. 410 more words

Zarb Means Business

Hard choices for Google as judges grow bold on censorship

Google is in a tough spot. For years, it has met censorship demands in different countries by offering a local workaround. But now some judges have caught on and are asking the company to rip out search listings worldwide – a trend that is likely to embolden more courts to do the same. 938 more words

Tech

Revenge Pornography, The Right to be Forgotten and Google – Part 3

Google have announced that they will remove links from Google search results that show revenge pornography images.  You can read the full article here.  Google acknowledge this won’t stop revenge pornography, it still requires the individual to request that the image links are removed, but it is a great start.   30 more words

Web Science

Google is giving revenge porn victims the right to be forgotten

Google today took a stand against revenge porn, saying it will honor requests to remove intimate images and videos shared without the consent of subjects from its search results. 301 more words

Google Bends on Right to Be Forgotten for 'Revenge Porn' Search Results

Since its inception, Google has remained stubborn on the sanctity of search. It casts itself as the digital librarian to the entire Web, not the judge and jury of what appears online. 186 more words

Media

EU says few people are appealing 'right to be forgotten' rulings, most denials justified

Google controls most of the search engine market in Europe, and as a result receives most ‘right to be forgotten’ requests, those things where individuals can request the de-listing of links to sensitive information about themselves that are deemed out-dated or irrelevant. 765 more words

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