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  1. EU Commissioner Hints at YouTube Probe After Google Investigation

    Google's compliance with EU competition law will be closely monitored. The European competition commissioner Joaquín Almunia has suggested that when he completes his antitrust investigation into Google, he might follow it with a YouTube study.

  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. Google Censorship Ruling in Canada Has Worldwide Implications

    A Google spokesperson drew attention to the fact that the injunction would result in "imposing Canadian law around the world". Law professor Michael Geist wrote: Search engine censorship seems to be a topic that is popping up left and right in...

  4. 5 Fast Facts about the EU's Privacy Ruling on Google

    I expect that the default action by search engines will be to take down information," said Orla Lynskey, a lecturer in law at the London School of Economics. Let's dive into the facts. If requested, Google must remove 'inadequate, irrelevant or no...

  5. Why You Need to Own Your Data & Digital Assets

    If possession is 9/10 of the law, why do so many businesses relinquish control of vital digital assets? Truth is, many (far too many) businesses do not fully appreciate the wealth of information made available to them through the various services...

  6. Google Faces New Mobile Search Monopoly Antitrust Lawsuit

    Consumer rights law firm Hagens Berman filed the lawsuit May 1 on behalf of two Android smartphone users who alleged that Google "illegally monopolized" the internet and mobile search market in the US.

  7. 'Let Me Google That For You' Bill Introduced to U.S. Senate

    Should the "Let Me Google That For You" bill become law, it will ensure that the NTIS becomes a historical footnote. A bipartisan bill has been introduced in the U.S. Senate under the unlikely but wonderful title, "Let Me Google That For You".