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Many Republican lawmakers believe Google discriminates against conservative political views
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Is Google pulling out of its Pentagon project the exception that proves the rule, or a turning point?
Google has dropped its project with the Pentagon, though several critics are skeptical about the move
European Court of Justice Google loses ‘right to be forgotten’ case over businessman’s criminal history
A London court rejected Google's argument that it was still in the public interest to list links related to a businessman's past
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