A total of 226,788 website URLs have been "forgotten" in the European Union.
The company claims Mississippi is trying to censor the Web.
The Internet giant is mobilizing supporters to reform the agency.
The fine would be assessed unless the company changes its privacy rules.
“Google has worked very hard to improve your privacy," its chairman says.
Companies want to comply with potential European Union data protection laws in wake of Snowden...
The nonbinding European plan is drawing criticism from Capitol Hill.
Google says balance "has tipped too far in favor of the state," in the U.S. and elsewhere.
But only specialty messaging apps can guarantee total privacy.
"My son saw me with my BlackBerry, and he was like, 'Hi, ’90s mom,' Megan Smith said.
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.
Hood said he hoped "cooler heads" would prevail.
President Obama on Thursday signed five cybersecurity bills into law.
Google posted its end-to-end email encryption software to an open-source online forum.
The search engine giant wouldn't say exactly why it was leaving.
Internet companies such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft are pushing back.
“Under E.U. law, everyone has a right to data protection,” privacy regulators say.
The move is nonbinding but could increase pressure on Google.
The Supreme Court has been asked to take up a case on copyrighting computer commands.
Google says the project collects "the forest" of data, without seeing "individual trees."
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.