Earlier this year, the European Union Court of Justice ruled that people could ask Google to delete sensitive information from its Internet search results. Now, it wants to extend the measure around the rest of the world. Read more....
The European Union wants Google to wipe search results mentioning people who invoke their ‘right to be forgotten’ across all its sites, and not just its European versions, reports Reuters. Having started accepting removal requests in...Show More Summary
Google has kicked against it. Eric Schmidt was doing so in public only last month. But European regulators are now stipulating the so called ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling should apply to search results displayed on Google.com, not just on European sub-domains such as Google.co.uk. Read More
Google and other search engines should remove links to out-of-date or unwelcome personal information from all of their search results around the world – not just in specific European countries –…
The Pirate Bay reached a questionable milestone today when copyright holders asked Google to remove the three millionth Pirate Bay URL from search results. While most requests are valid, Google also removed several non-infringing pages. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.
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. Show More Summary
LONDON — Google says it will take "significant efforts" to remove abusive material about a businessman who brought the search giant to court over articles in search results he said made false allegations about him. Daniel Hegglin, aShow More Summary
With Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the holiday season just around the corner, Google is helping out shoppers on the move, with enhanced search results for products on smartphones and tablets. Starting this week, mobile users searching for products on Google will see detailed information, specs, store availability and customer reviews. Show More Summary
Do you want to rank higher in Google search results? Are you wondering how to make your website more appealing and Google friendly? Wonder no more! This infographic proposes 11 tips on how to make your blog posts search-engine-frien...
To keep up with the growing number of mobile Web users, Bing ranks pages optimized for mobile higher in its search results.
Over the last couple of years any blogger who has paid attention to their analytics will know that how people are reading blogs is changing. No longer are people simply arriving on your blog on their desktop computer or laptop but on tablets, mobile phones and more. Today I took a look at the change [...]Show More Summary
There’s no shortage of places to go online to search for local movie showtimes to get your cinema fix. But, arguably, when it comes to the way search results are displayed, the majority of sites and apps appear to take their UI inspiration from newspaper movie listings of yesteryear, employing a simple list view. Or so says U.K. startup MovieGlu. Read More
I checked Google's advanced search page and noticed something strange: after clicking the "advanced search" button at the bottom of the page, Google sent me to a search results page that included the old black bar navigation menu.One of the culprits is the "as_qdr" parameter that somehow triggers the old interface. Show More Summary
Google just added a new Suggested Stories feature to its news search results, so you can let the search engine pull up a customized selection of stories to read about based on whatever terrifyingly dense accumulation of personal data Google has on you by now. Read more...
The latest Panda update from Google seems to indicate that bigger sites aren't necessarily better in search results.
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Google is starting to roll out a "mobile-friendly" badge on its search pages for sites that are designed for iPhones and Android devices.
Google's mobile search results pages have a new footer. Pagination elements are now centered and there's a Google logo at the bottom of the page. Here's how it looked before: When I first noticed the big logo at the bottom of the page, I assumed it was a bug. Show More Summary
Google announced that it will roll out the new mobile-friendly label in the coming weeks, but I've already noticed the new feature. The label is placed somewhere between the search result URL and the snippet. Search results from the first pages of results are usually optimized for mobile devices, but there are also pages better suited for desktop. Show More Summary