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Video:  EU Watchdogs to Apply 'right to Be Forgotten' Rule on Web Worldwide

EU Watchdogs to Apply 'right to Be Forgotten' Rule on Web Worldwide

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European privacy regulators want Internet search engines such as Google and Microsoft's Bing to scrub results globally, not just in Europe, when people invoke their "right to be forgotten" as ruled by an EU court. The European Union's privacy watchdogs agreed on a set of guidelines on Wednesday to help them implement a ruling from Europe's supreme court that gives people the right to ask search engines to remove personal information that is "inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant". Read More >>


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United States Says EU's Google Case Should not Be Politicized

The United States voiced concern on Tuesday over a draft plan by two EU lawmakers to break up Google saying politicians should not influence the EU's antitrust inquiry into the world's most popular Internet search engine. The U.S. Mission to the European Union said in an email it "noted with concern" the call for competition regulators to consider splitting search engines from other Internet services.

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T-Mobile has today doubled the number of streaming music services supported with its recently launched “Music Freedom” program which allows the company’s customers to stream music from a variety of apps without counting towards their data caps. T-Mobile announced this feature in June with a limited number of services, including then only “top” industry players like Pandora, iTunes Radio, iHeartRadio, Spotify, Slacker, Rhapsody and others. Now the company says it has added 14 others, which doubles the number of providers in the program. The new services include Google Play Music, Xbox Music, SoundCloud, RadioTunes, Live365, Mad Genius Radio, radioPup, radio.com, as well as smaller, specialty services focused on music genres



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Google Play Pulled a Gay Killing Game, but Only After Thousands of Downloads

A game encouraging players to shoot naked homosexual men was pulled from the Google Play store late Sunday/early Monday, but not before thousands of people downloaded it. Ass Hunter has existed on various flash games websites for more than a decade, but appeared on Google Play sometime in November.



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Video:  Google is Enhancing Mobile Search Results for Easier Holiday Shopping

Google is Enhancing Mobile Search Results for Easier Holiday Shopping

Happy holidays, mobile users. Google updated its search engine on Sunday to include fancier functions for smartphones and tablets that make your Christmas shopping easier. In time for Black Friday , your shopping on mobile devices will yield some extra information, like where the product is available and user reviews, at the top of Google 's interface. You don't have to use Google's "shopping" tab, either. The details will pop up on a regular search. You'll also have the option to use a 3D, 360-degree rotation tool to view some products.



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Video:  Robert Pattinson Grabs a Handful of FKA Twigs's Butt

Robert Pattinson Grabs a Handful of FKA Twigs's Butt

Robert Pattinson got touchy feely with FKA Twigs on Friday. PDA aside, the British duo kept the afternoon casual, donning workout gear and sweaters to take in the brisk weather and sip on coffee. We first caught a glimpse of the duo's romance in September, when Robert and FKA Twigs took a stroll through NYC. Despite the excitement of their newfound love, the couple has faced a backlash on the Internet. Earlier this month, FKA Twigs addressed the negative comments about their relationship in an interview she gave while promoting her latest album, LP1. She said, "I really enjoy the fun of putting something out and people liking it or hating it or talking about it, but vacuous attention, it feels disgusting. It's like a hangover. It's weird, I know that's not really because of me or what I'm doing."



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