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  1. Bing Launches Search Removal Request Form in Europe

    Microsoft's search engine Bing has finally responded to the recent European Court of Justice (ECJ) "right to be forgotten" ruling. Given the many questions that have been raised about how the recent ruling from the Court of Justice of the European...

  2. Google Begins Removing Search Results to Comply With 'Right to be Forgotten'

    Google has started removing search results, following the European Court of Justice landmark "right to be forgotten" ruling in May. Bloomberg noted that the internet search engine has removed a link to a Spanish newspaper that was the target of a...

  3. Google Censorship Ruling in Canada Has Worldwide Implications

    One Canadian court ruling would have you believe that global control is the answer. The Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled in favor of Equustek Solutions and issued a temporary injunction. In May, Argentinian model Maria Belen Rodriguez took...

  4. Google Will Alert Searchers About 'Right to Be Forgotten' Link Removals

    Google plans to place an alert at the bottom of each page where it has removed links, after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled last month that users can request that "inadequate, irrelevant, or no longer relevant" links be taken down...

  5. 5 Fast Facts about the EU's Privacy Ruling on Google

    On May 13, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the highest court in Europe, ruled against Google in a landmark privacy case, asserting that EU citizens have a "right to be forgotten. The EU court determined that Google was more than simply a...

  6. Google Must 'Forget' Unfavorable Search Results in Europe

    This could be the new reality in Europe as Europe's high court has ruled that Google and other search engines are required to remove results that are deemed to "appear to be inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant, or excessive in relation to...

  7. Google Faces New Mobile Search Monopoly Antitrust Lawsuit

    District Court for the Northern District of California, these agreements were hidden and marked to be viewed only by attorneys, and it alleged that Google is in violation of a variety of federal and state antitrust laws, including the Sherman Act...