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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
Adapting our approach to the European right to be forgotten - Google BlogGoogle Blog
The Verge -Blumenthals.com
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Emerging digital realpolitik in 2017
HuffPost
... 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 domains, following requests to remove search results that included people's names).



Wccftech

iOS 10.2 Has an 'Ethernet' Entry in the Settings App for iPhone & iPad
Wccftech
... around and see more information regarding the network you are hardwired too. This includes the IP address, subnet mask, router address, DNS, search domains, client ID, and of course, the usual settings pertaining to manual DHCP, static IP and more.

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Wccftech

Google's Advanced Job Search Tool 'Google for Jobs' Goes Live In the United States
Wccftech
To maintain updated inventory of jobs, Google gets information from other job search domains like Monster, LinkedIn, WayUp, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder, Glassdoor, and Facebook. The tech giant plans on adding more sources in the coming days.
Connecting more Americans with jobs - Google BlogGoogle Blog
Cloud Job Discovery | Job Search API | Google Cloud PlatformGoogle Cloud Platform
Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Connect to job seekers with Google SearchGoogle Webmaster Blog
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China Digital Times

Google DNS Poisoning Follows Brief Unblocking
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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Android Central

How to set up a VPN on Android
Android Central
DNS settings: DNS search domains and DNS servers are also provided by your VPN company if they are needed. They probably aren't — see the documentation — but if they are required, this is where you enter them. Forwarding routes: Again, you probably ...

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French court refers Google privacy case to ECJ
POLITICO.eu
... the country's highest administrative court, said it asked the European Court of Justice to determine whether search engines such as Google and Microsoft's Bing must apply the “right to be forgotten” decision to their search domains outside of the ...

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MTV.com

A Guy Bought Google.com For $12 -- Here's How Much He Sold It For
MTV.com
"I was learning more about the Google Domains interface, and typed google.com [sic] and clicked search domains," Ved wrote in a LinkedIn post. "To my surprise, Google.com was showing as available!" Google Doodles. He paid $12 (!!) for the URL, which he ...

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Google Launches Iraqi, Tunisian Domains
WebProNews
Citizens of Iraq and Tunisia who are lucky enough to have Internet connections may now find it easier to conduct Web searches. Today, Google announced the launch of the local search domains google.iq and google.tn for the two countries. This is in many ...

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eWeek

Google Finds Implementing EU's Right to Be Forgotten Mandate Difficult
eWeek
Originally, the company interpreted the right to be forgotten law as applying only to search results appearing within Google search domains in the EU. Over the last year or so, and in response to pressure from data protection authorities in France, the ...

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