Oct 18, 2019

Google Offers Webform To Comply With Europe’s ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ Ruling – TechCrunch

Live in the European Union and want some old, irrelevant info about you deleted from search results? Google has now implemented a search removal request mechanism for people living in Europe who believe it has indexed information about them that they have a right to remove.

Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/ktiA4

Similar Articles Added Earlier

Similar Articles Added Today

Most Recent techcrunch.com Articles

  • Spotify Courts Developers, Launches New Web API With Echo Nest, Metadata And More – TechCrunch

    As YouTube prepares to launch a paid tier of service to court music fans who like to listen to music online without ads, and Amazon launches its own music streaming service, Spotify is also raising its game on the web. Today the company is launching a new, expanded set of web APIs for developers to...

  • This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: BlackFriday! – TechCrunch

    We’re bringing this podcast to you a little early so you can arm yourself before going into Black Friday! Join Greg Kumparak, Matt Burns, and Darrell Etherington as we skewer Zelda and talk about the best laptops for your money! We invite you to enjoy our weekly podcasts every Friday at 3 p.m...

  • Big Data Analytics Vs. The Gut Check – TechCrunch

    Data is more varied and fast-moving than ever, and analyzing it effectively now requires highly sophisticated software and machinery. But where does big data analytics leave the good old-fashioned hunch? What if the data tells a business manager to ‘jump’ but her intuition says ‘stay’?

Latest Links Processed

0/120