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theguardian.com - 50 readers, 57 Tweets - James Ball: Publishers must fight back against this indirect challenge to press freedom, which allows articles to be 'disappeared'. Editorial decisions belong with them, not Google
dailymail.co.uk - 19 readers - Google has revealed it is censoring stories following removal requests made under the EU's controversial new 'right to be forgotten' law.
theguardian.com - 24 readers - Dougie McDonald has escaped with an SFA warning despite being economical with the truth over the reversal of a penalty award to Celtic
theguardian.com - 25 readers - Ewan Murray: Referees' tendency to protect their own is again manifesting itself in the response to the Dundee United-Celtic penalty controversy
theguardian.com - 24 readers, 13 Tweets - Dougie McDonald, the referee who lied about his reasons for reversing a penalty, has announced his retirement
dailymail.co.uk - 31 readers - Under-fire referee Dougie McDonald last night delivered a withering blast at Scottish football as he finally bowed to mounting pressure and quit the game.
theguardian.com - 20 readers - The Law Society was embroiled in a new controversy last night when it emerged that a candidate for a seat on its ruling council is a solicitor who faces a £1.6m fraud trial and failed to mention the fact in his election statement.
theguardian.com - 21 readers - French workers are fighting an art battle on their office windows – using multicoloured sticky notes
dailymail.co.uk - 37 readers - Tesco chiefs said they would be looking at the remarks, which include four-letter insults and references to shoppers being smelly, stupid, rude and moronic.
dailymail.co.uk - 28 readers - Algerian-born Salim Zakhrouf was refused by Cathay Pacific for a job at Heathrow Airport, but accepted for interview two days later as 'Ian Woodhouse'.
salon.com - 34 readers - A BBC blog post mentioning former Merrill Lynch CEO Stan O'Neal disappears. What happened?