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  1. Search results removals will now be applied to domains beyond Europe, including google.com, if the browser is located within the European Union Google will begin blocking search results across all of its domains when a search takes place within Europe, in an extension of how it implements the “ right to be forgotten ” ruling. The “right to be forgotten” ruling allows EU residents to request the...

  2. Google expands right to be forgotten across all Its domains

    Digital Trends via Yahoo! SportsFeb 11 10:11 AM

    Europeans just scored big when it comes to Internet privacy efforts. The New York Times reports today that Google will expand its so-called “right to be forgotten” efforts to span all of its domains, not just those in Europe. If you’re not familiar, “right to be forgotten” allows  Internet users to request that certain web pages and links be de-listed from Google’s search engines. Presently, if...

  3. Google extends 'right to be forgotten' rule to all global domains in EU

    International Business Times via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsFeb 11 11:40 PM

    Giving in to the demands of EU regulators, Google said that it will soon apply its "right to be forgotten" rule to all versions of its search engine. Hence, when a user in an EU country searches for information about a person who has exercised the "right to be forgotten" – from the same region – then the result will not show up on any of its search domains if accessed from within Europe. In May...

  4. Why is Google scrubbing some of its search results in Europe?

    The Christian Science MonitorFeb 11 10:43 AM

    Amid pressure from Europe's internet privacy regulators, Google will begin removing search links from all of its domains accessed in European countries based on individuals' requests in an effort to scrub 'inadequate, irrelevant ... or excessive' results.

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  5. Why is Google scrubbing some of it search results in Europe?

    The Christian Science MonitorFeb 11 08:46 AM

    Amid pressure from Europe's internet privacy regulators, Google will begin removing search links from all of its domains accessed in European countries based on individuals' requests in an effort to scrub 'inadequate, irrelevant ... or excessive' results.

  6. To fend off privacy complaints, the search giant will block access to certain links from all of its search sites when used from the European Union.

  7. KIRKLAND, Wash., Feb. 12, 2016-- Underscoring its commitment to serving the rapidly-growing Chinese market for domain names, Rightside ® today announced its expanded operations in China by establishing ...

  8. Following the approval given to states by the Federal Government to exploit mineral resources in their domains if they so wish, an investor in the sector, Dr. Abdul Bello, has observed that exploitation of solid minerals at the state level will be challenging as long as the Land Use Act is still in operation. While The post ‘Land Use Act hinders mining activities’ appeared first on Punch ...

  9. Sibername, a prominent Domains and Hosting provider in Canada, has announced the introduction of Dedicated Hosting and Virtual Private Server (VPS) Hosting. (PRWeb February 12, 2016) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/dedicated_Hosting/vps_hosting/prweb13213248.htm

  10. Minds + Machines announces China expansion

    Sharecast via Yahoo UK & Ireland FinanceJan 27 07:43 AM

    (ShareCast News) - Chinese webmasters had a number of new domains to look forward to on Wednesday, with the announcement that Minds + Machines Group was expanding into the market.

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