Oct 1st 2014
This Week in Google 269
Hosted by Jeff Jarvis
Google removes news snippets from searches in Germany.
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Mike Elgan, Gina Trapani, and Jeff Jarvis Guest:Mathew Ingram Google removes news snippets in Germany, Google's future in the E.U., Facebook apologizes to the LGBT community, and more. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twig. We invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes. Also, check out our transcripts. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show. Running time: 1:37:50
- Google bows to pressure, removes news snippets from German search results
- German privacy regulator tells Google to stop making user profiles without explicit permission.
- Facebook clarifies real name policy amid LGBT protests
- Focus on the User
- Julian Assange Beamed Into Nantucket as a Hologram
- Google searches for right note in online music business
- Google Chrome gets experimental audio muting functionality
- Google Chrome is Getting a Hidden Endless Runner Game
- You can now stream Photoshop to your Chromebook: A huge win for Google
- New in Gmail: View images within your message full-screen
- Google Beefs Up Mobile Ad Offerings For Brands With New Formats & Tools
- Drive has 240 million active users, up 190 from million since June.
- Occupy Hong Kong: Macro scale, micro-adaptations
- Path Talk