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  1. Google Responds to 'Right to Be Forgotten' Questionnaire

    In its opening letter, Google notes it moved quickly to comply with the ruling and acknowledges its approach will evolve over time as it works through the process. Because Google has developed multiple versions of its product for different...

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

    A Search of Gonzalez's name now shows text at the bottom of the page, which reads, "Some results may have been removed under data-protection law in Europe. Google has started removing search results, following the European Court of Justice landmark...

  3. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Software must: be pre-approved by Google; offer one-click, complete uninstall; provide clear, full disclosure and transparency to people about what is being installed and what changes are being made to their devices; install itself on only one...

  4. Google: Nearly 6 Million Requests to Remove Search Results This Month

    The requests are made to Google under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA), which removes liability from the firm if it provides inadvertent access to sites offering illegal material, if they comply with requests to remove content flagged...

  5. UK Reopens Google Street View Wi-Fi Investigation

    A Google spokesman said the firm would comply with the requests for information and said no data captured was ever used by the firm. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has reopened its investigation into Google's Street View Wi-Fi...

  6. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    We are aware of this issue and are continuing to make enquiries with Google to ensure that they comply with the Data Protection Act and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations," ICO said in a statement to V3.

  7. New Gmail, YouTube, Blogger Users Join Google+ by Default

    Identity providers must comply with strict government regulations to offer their services as certified identity providers for federal websites. For their part, EFF's senior lawyer Lee Tien offered that the government would need new privacy laws or...