The update makes websites that violate copyright law appear lower in search results.
A Japanese court ordered Google to remove links to one man’s embarrassing past.
“The people who are criticizing this should have expected this,” Eric Schmidt said.
“We would hope that technology companies would be willing to work with us," Holder says.
The FBI Director said the technology would "allow people to place themselves above the law."
Executives met with FCC commissioners last week in Silicon Valley.
Google Inc. has agreed to fund $145 million of a solar power plant in Southern California built by...
Google executive Megan Smith will reportedly become chief technology officer.
Google is reportedly considering creating a “child-safe version of YouTube."
Google hopes the effort will encourage sites to better protect their data.
Anticipation is building for Senate Judiciary Chairman Leahy to unveil his bill.
Bay Area Dems say Silicon Valley must do more to hire women, African-Americans and Latinos.
Forecast the Facts wants Google to pull its support for Rep. Lee Terry.
Google removed the websites from its search results to comply with European law.
YouTube launched a new website to get government officials making videos.
Eric Schmidt said he “would not” work in a possible Clinton administration.
Google's move was based on "based on misinformation from climate activists," ALEC said.
Government has requested more and more information on users’ communications from Google.
The FTC says Google let kids spend their parents' money without consent.
A top Google executive is reportedly in the running for the next U.S. chief technology officer.
Companies are divided over whether a legislative fix to "big data" is needed.
An FTC report warns that apps keep important information from consumers.
Google spent $1.21 million more on lobbying over the last three months than earlier in the year.
The YouTube notifications are reminiscent of notices that Netflix showed to users, sparking a...