Rewriting history: the curious case of Google's 'right to be forgotten'

Rewriting history: the curious case of Google's 'right to be forgotten'
The ECJ ruled that the very display of personal data on a search results page constitutes processing of such data. It was held irrelevant that search engines neither published or altered the data themselves nor distinguished between personal data and …
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Eyetracking Study Shows Change In How Users View Google Search Results
In September, Mediative released an interesting eye-tracking study that showed how the evolution of search engine result pages (SERPs) has influenced user click behavior over the years. Since Google's inception in 1999, they have released over 120 …
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