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Google Search censored: where are we heading?

One of my colleagues this morning sent an email, citing: The Lords were critical of RTBF because: It doesn’t take into account the impact on smaller search engines that don’t have the resources of Google RTBF is based on “vague, ambiguous and unhelpful criteria” Search engines shouldn’t be left to interpret the rules for themselves. In particular Google should not be “sitting in judgement” about what information about individuals should remain and what should be removed from its index. Agree to disagree....
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Google autocomplete now shows 10 results

After that information has been stored from Google search robots, it’s presented in the form of a list or results when users search for a given term: the SERP. Did you ever come across a client or friend asking for help with removing a negative search result? Well, what is becoming more common is that although you forgot about what your client has done in the past, Google, being ever so helpful, would like to remind you or the rest of...
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