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reuters.com - 10 readers, 277 Tweets - (Reuters) - Google has taken the first steps to meet a European ruling that citizens can have objectionable links removed from Internet search results, a ruling that pleased privacy campaigners but raised
huffingtonpost.com - 10 readers, 318 Tweets - Facebook's mission is to make the world a "more open and connected" place. But the site's users can sometimes be a bit too open, posting pictures, opinions, videos, and 'jokes' via the social networking site that give employers pause--and ...
forbes.com - 10 readers, 273 Tweets - There's an increasingly dark side to online reputation management A week ago I had no idea the hornets’ nest I’d opened when I wrote about the things to do when your business is disparaged online. I’ve heard (and learned) much more since that article posted. It seems there is much currently happening [...]
techcrunch.com - 11 readers, 432 Tweets - Google has officially confirmed that it received 12,000 requests to be forgotten from EU citizens on the first day that it offered the ability to do so,..
techcrunch.com - 30 readers, 865 Tweets - A report in The New York Times, based on documents from 2011 obtained by the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, reveal that the US security agency's reliance..
techcrunch.com - 15 readers, 555 Tweets - As part of what is predominantly an Android security issue, a CTO and consultant has discovered a vulnerability in WhatsApp encryption that could allow..
techcrunch.com - 14 readers, 426 Tweets - Last July, Glenn Greenwald published a set of claims regarding a number of Microsoft services that were, especially at the time, unsettling: That Microsoft..
engadget.com - 16 readers, 74 Tweets - Google's recent run of bad luck in Europe has reached new heights after it was told it must take down links to personal information found in its search r