The search giant received 6.5 million requests to remove links to copyright-violating material during week of November 18, 2013.
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Vint Cerf says “privacy may actually be an anomaly”, while chairman Eric Schmidt wants to “encrypt everything”. Is Google hedging with users and government?
Blocking Google and Bing searches won't do much to stop the spread of child abuse images.
Sometimes having a huge legal team is a real boon.
You can't say no to an upgrade.
CEO Brian Jamison explains that the cloud's energy problem isn't just inefficient hardware.
There's nothing creepier to the surveillance apparatus than The Person Impervious to Face Recognizing Cameras.
It's a very Silicon Valley technology-can-save-the-word approach to outsmarting authoritarian regimes.
A live map of DDoS attacks as they happen.
Maybe it's true: the search giant is information's junk store.
A recent peek under the hood found some intriguing features hidden in the Google Glass's updated code.
In an open market, it stands no chance, but Russia has the framework to rig the game.
An exhaustive guide to taking your face back.
Is that a reasonable standard?
Can the free market bring affordable broadband to the underserved in Africa? Sponsored by the US and British government, it'll try.
The map's reminiscent of a game of Risk. Except it's real life, which is pretty scary.
French regulators are sick of getting the Google-run around and they're putting their pieds down.
Also: how to fix dictionaries with data.
The content lobby’s been throwing extra-fierce punches the search giant’s way lately, and today the British government stepped up to join it for a swing.
Luckily, the drivers didn't actually run into a 737.
Tech titans search for the Fountain of Youth.