13 May 2014

EU force Google to censor ‘outdated’ information in SERPs

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. Google have called the result ‘disappointing’ and will now be forced to review how they respond to user requests for content removal. At present, Google …

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17 October 2012

Google ‘Disavow’ tool aims to end the perils of bad links

In a move which was almost inevitable after recent changes to the way Google treat ‘bad’ links, the search giant have now launched a new tool to allow webmasters to effectively ignore potentially bad links. In an announcement made by their “king of spam” Matt Cutts, Google launched the ‘Disavow’ tool alongside a blog post which explains how to use …

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