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

    Towards the end of May, Google started offering EU citizens an online form to fill out if they want a link removed from its search results. Google has started removing search results, following the European Court of Justice landmark "right to be...

  2. 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. This ruling, along with another landmark ECJ privacy case that...

  3. Korea’s FTC Acquits Google of Antitrust Charges

    Just Wednesday, EU chief antitrust regulator Joaquín Almunia said Google must offer more and improved concessions from Google's proposal back in April. The Korean Fair Trade Commission acquitted Google of claims it was demonstrating an unfair...

  4. Google Pays $7 Million to Settle Street View Snooping Case

    Authorities called on the company to come forward and explain its actions in collecting Wi-Fi data during its maps surveying trips across the EU. Google has reached a settlement which would end the firm's long-running data harvesting case in the U.S.

  5. 5 Reasons Why People Hate International Search Marketing

    However, you might be surprised how lame it looks to go from $99 ( €73.65 (EU) to 4,187 Rubles (Russia) to your foreign audience if you’re just using dollar to foreign currency exchanges. Don’t even bring it up around me unless you're...

  6. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    Changing of Google Privacy Policy from US to EU. So now what? Those who follow me, read me, or conference with me, already know what these five letters mean, but just in case let’s review the NSTIC, what it means and then where we are now.

  7. Turns Out Google Didn't Actually Delete All Its UK Street View Data

    We are also in touch with other data protection authorities in the EU and elsewhere through the Article 29 Working Party and the GPEN network to coordinate the response to this development. Google has admitted it has discovered more WiFi data...