Leaked Google Data Makes Company More Transparent Than It Wants To Be

Leaked Google Data Makes Company More Transparent Than It Wants To Be

By Lucas Matney Data related to Google’s “Right to be forgotten” (RTBF) removal requests was just torn from the source code of its very own transparency report. The Guardian reports that “less than 5% of nearly 220,000 individual requests made to Google to selectively remove links to online information concern criminals, politicians and high-profile public figures.” What this… Read More

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