Privacy group asks FTC to bring Europe's “Right to be Forgotten” to the U.S.

Privacy group asks FTC to bring Europe's “Right to be Forgotten” to the U.S.
The E.U. “right to be forgotten” essentially says that, while information does not have to be deleted from the Internet (meaning: websites like La Vanguardia can keep their archives online), search engines might have to obey requests to take down links …
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Google search app starts offering “did you mean” corrections
Users of Google are likely familiar with the search engine giant's “did you mean” function, and many of them appreciate a function that means they do not have to remember how to spell a particular word or phrase. This correction function typically …
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Legal scholar and former Federal Trade Commission adviser Tim Wu has written that Google is blatantly manipulating search results to benefit its clients and hurt competitors. Wu told Re/code that the search engine giant is purposely hampering the …
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