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

    The Telegraph reported the House of Lords committee had ruled the "Right to be Forgotten" law is both "unworkable and wrong. And information about the specific search results in question. One of the most interesting questions is whether Google...

  2. Google Algorithm Tweak Tries to Squash Mug Shot Websites

    The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press argues that any restriction on booking photographs raises First Amendment issues and impinges on editors' right to determine what is newsworthy. And although Google's latest algorithm update may not...

  3. Google: Olympics Fuel Mobile Search Surge

    The use of mobile applications to keep track of the Olympics is also huge, with the chief information officer of the London Organising Committee of the Olympics Games (LOCOG) revealing last week that its official results app had been downloaded...

  4. Google Lobbying Spend Hits New High

    Political Action Committee has raised just over $500,000 this election cycle from individual donors contributing over $200 each, most of whom are Google employees or their family. Google is spending more money on lobbying than ever before, as legal...

  5. Google Forced to Release WikiLeaks Volunteer's Gmail Info

    He was also a WikiLeaks volunteer, a fact that became public in April 2010 when he was identified in a blog post for the Committee to Protect Journalists after speaking to reporter Danny O’Brien. In fact, law enforcement officials don’t even need a...