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VentureBeat

Google confirms it will extend EU right-to-be-forgotten to all Google Search domains from next week
VentureBeat
Google will tap IP addresses and other geolocation “signals” to restrict access to the delisted URL on all Google Search domains, however, delisting will only apply to the country of the person who requested the removal. For instance, if a URL is ...
Google will apply the 'right to be forgotten' to all EU searches next weekThe Verge
Google extends right-to-be-forgotten rules to all search sitesArs Technica
Google to use geolocation data to block Right To Be Forgotten links around the worldBetaNews
Google Blog -The Verge -Blumenthals.com
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HuffPost

Emerging digital realpolitik in 2017
HuffPost
In the past, the same court introduced the 'right to be forgotten', requesting Google to become, de facto, the biggest juridical organisation worldwide (between May 2014 and July 2017, Google delisted close to 780 000 URLs from European Google Search ...



Android Central

How to set up a VPN on Android | Android Central
Android Central
One of the easiest ways to protect yourself and your privacy while you are using the internet is with a VPN. Filtering traffic and tunneling through an anonymous service isn't something most people can set up themselves, and there are plenty of ...

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Computerworld

iFixit: Apple's HomePod is 'built like a tank'
Computerworld
If the sheer quantity of engineering intelligence iFixit has identified in HomePod is eventually matched in Siri support for multiple users and more search domains, then Apple just nailed the smart speaker market. 'We're pretty impressed'. On the same ...
We Ran HomePod Through the Smart Speaker Gauntlet | Loup VenturesLoup Ventures
HomePod Teardown - iFixitiFixit
The Apple HomePod Sounds Good, but Other Smart Speakers Sound BetterConsumerReports.org

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Google to France: 'Forget You' – An Update on the Right to be Forgotten
Lawfare (blog)
... all EU search domains as well. So, if Google approved a request from a person located in France, the offending link would not be displayed in search results from google.fr or from searches executed from any EU domain (e.g., google.de, google.uk ...

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Google DNS Poisoning Follows Brief Unblocking - China Digital Times
China Digital Times
Percy Alpha, an independent Internet freedom researcher and co-founder of GreatFire.org, observes that all Google search domains have been subjected to DNS poisoning on March 29th, two days after Google became temporarily unblocked within the Great ...

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The Merkle

Stocks OUT. Crypto IN. – The Merkle
The Merkle
Stock markets have been engraved in the DNA of society since 1817 and have not looked back since. Anxious individuals stared at the giant board in the New York Stock Exchange, hoping for good news. Before stocks were the infatuation of the world, they ...

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VentureBeat

Google takes right-to-be-forgotten fight to France's highest court to avoid 'global race to the bottom'
VentureBeat
But a request made by France's data protection regulator, the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertes (CNIL), demanded that Google (and other search engines) hide pages from all Google Search domains, including Google.com. After a long ...
Google Appeals French Privacy RulingNew York Times

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Wccftech

Google's Advanced Job Search Tool 'Google for Jobs' Goes Live In the United States
Wccftech
Looking for a new job is not a cakewalk, but with all the new online tools, the search has become simpler. Making it even easier, Google has come up with a new tool that lets you find relevant jobs. The new tool is going live today, in the United ...
Cloud Job Discovery | Job Search API | Google CloudGoogle Cloud
Connecting more Americans with jobs - Google BlogGoogle Blog
Find your next job, with GoogleYouTube
Google Developers -Google Webmaster Blog
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Someone paid $12 for the Google.com domain. Here's how Google got it back
MarketWatch
Remember the guy who paid $12 to buy the domain Google.com last year? Alphabet's Google GOOG, -1.36% just revealed how much it paid to get it back: $12,012.26. Babson College MBA candidate and former Google employee Sanmay Ved purchased the domain in ...
Google Online Security Blog: Google Security Rewards - 2015 Year in ReviewGoogle Security Blog
Google rewarded the guy who bought Google.com, and he donated it all to charityBusiness Insider
How I Ended Up Purchasing & Owning Google.com via Google DomainsLinkedIn Today

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