Posts Tagged ‘censorship’

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EU force Google to censor ‘outdated’ information in SERPs

13 May 2014 | Henry Elliss

In a ruling which could have major implications to the way users can affect search results, the EU Court of Justice has today said search-giant Google must remove ‘out-dated’ results at the request of users. […]

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Google to pull plug on China?

13 January 2010 | Tanya Goodin

Google may end operations in China After a major attack on Google gmail accounts (among those were Chinese activists) last December, Google looks like it may be about to pull out of China. While not […]

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Apprentice candidates de-optimised for TV?

5 June 2009 | Henry Elliss

Over the past few weeks I, like a lot of people, have been watching the BBC’s Apprentice with great interest. As a bit of a social media buff (I wouldn’t dare call myself a guru!) […]