July 2, 2014

Guardian Articles Have Been Hidden by Google

James Ball, The Guardian

The Associated Press

Publishers must fight back against this indirect challenge to press freedom, which allows articles to be 'disappeared'. Editorial decisions belong with them, not Google

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TAGGED: Europe, European Union, The Guardian, Google


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The War Forever Etched in Europe's Psyche
Paul Ames, Global Post
A century on, countries are stepping up efforts to commemorate the war to end all wars. BEAURAINS, France "” On a slab of soft white stone, a laser-guided drill carves one family's message to a long lost boy. Slowly, the words... more ››