Having appealed France's "right to be forgotten" ruling, Google was rejected on the grounds that the company only delinked regionally, rather than across all its global search sites.
In the spirit of a Skyscanner promotion giving someone the chance to spend the day as CEO of the travel search engine, we posed the questions to some of Search Engine Watch's columnists.
Google research says yes, counting the ad format among negative ranking factors. However, Yelp's CEO - and industry experts - remains skeptical of the company's reasoning.
The U.K.'s data privacy watchdog has ordered Google to remove search links to news articles about Right to be Forgotten link removals.
Though Pinterest isn't a search engine, new stats from eMarketer show that the platform, which two-thirds of people use in-store, could be a big player in the mobile search space.
Links on Google's mobile search results are now expandable. According to the British SEO who pointed this out over the weekend, the change is about device unification and search dominance.
Industry experts say Alphabet, which separates the profitable parts of Google's business, highlights the company's weaknesses but may also be good for branding and product development.
Google limits forget-me-now service to the European market only. The search behemoth says that widening this on a global scale is 'bad for the internet' and will not win support.
The U.K. Supreme Court has granted permission in part for Google to appeal against a ruling relating to a dispute over the user information through cookies via use of the Apple Safari browser.
The News Lab at Google will leverage the company’s technology and financial resources to drive innovation in the media industry.