Google is seeking an EU-wide debate on the aftermath of a ruling that gave citizens the right to be forgotten online.

Google is seeking an EU-wide debate on the aftermath of a ruling that gave citizens the right to be forgotten online, as it admitted to mistakes in wi(...)

 Google’s  headquarters in Beijing: Chinese media have repeatedly attacked US tech companies for aiding the US government’s cyberespionage.   Photograph: How Hwee Young/EPA

Chinese state media hit out at Google, Apple and other US technology companies yesterday, calling on Beijing “to punish severely the pawns” of the US (...)

 Google’s logo is displayed in front of the company’s headquarters in Beijing, China, where state media has lashed technoogy companies for being ‘pawns’ of US surveillance. Photograph: How Hwee Young/EPA.

Chinese state media lashed out at Google, Apple and other US technology companies today, calling on Beijing “to punish severely the pawns” of the US (...)

 A man convicted of possessing child pornography sought the removal of Google links to his conviction.  Photograph: Bloomberg

You don’t have to be a master at corporate doublespeak to know Google is unhappy with the European Court of Justice decision on the right to be forgo(...)

Google has said it is disappointed with the EU ruling, and executive chairman Eric Schmidt said the balance the court struck between privacy and “the right to know” was wrong

Google has launched a service through which European citizens can request that links to what they deem as objectionable material be taken off search r(...)

An illustration picture shows the logos of Google and Yahoo connected with LAN cables. Photograph: Pawel Kopczynski/Reuters

Tech companies Google and Yahoo reacted angrily to a report on yesterday that the National Security Agency has secretly intercepted the main communic(...)

Microsoft and Twitter have joined calls by Google and Facebook to be able to publish more detail about how many secret requests they receive to hand o(...)

Google’s headquarters at Barrow Street in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Three of the largest Internet companies called on the US government to provide greater transparency on national security requests today, as they sough(...)

US president Barack Obama walks to his limousine in Los Angeles before traveling to a fundraiser at a private residence in Santa Monica on Friday. Mr Obama has defended government efforts to gather telephone and Internet data, and sought to reassure Americans that his administration was not listening in on their calls.  Photograph: Christopher Gregory/ The New York Times

When US government officials came to Silicon Valley to demand easier ways for the world’s largest Internet companies to turn over user data as part of(...)