The two deadly sins of greed and power-hunger have become accepted qualities of modern leaders. This does not mean, however, that morality and ethics are irrelevant or obsolete.
If you’ve ever wondered what post-postmodernism might look like, 2016 gives you a pretty damn good idea.
After five years of research, the European Commission has today accused Google of abusing its dominant position by promoting its products in Internet searches, where it control 90% of the market share in Europe. In parallel, the Commission has formally opened an antitrust investigation against Google’s Android mobile operating system, including its applications and services. This opens up a new front against Google, which could affect its aspirations of gaining ground in the mobile market.
Users of Google can fill out a form and request the delisting of their information, which is reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Since launching its webform for the right to be forgotten requests in May, Google has reported that 174,266 requests have been filed for 602,479 links