The search giant has been embarrassed by recent stunts targeting Google Maps, reminiscent of "Google Hacks" designed to change search results to make political statements.
After banning dozens of accounts at the government's request, the social network recants and makes the content available again.
The company has complied with requests from a Pakistani "bureaucrat" to hide specific content, says the New York Times.
Technically Incorrect: A study out of Pakistan suggests a significant height difference between boys who regularly smoke pot before puberty and those who've never smoked it.
Technically Incorrect: Some mysterious wag has decided to implant a rude image on Google Maps in Pakistan. A twisted celebration of the Apple Watch launch, perhaps?
Windows apps are arriving on new devices from Dell and other hardware makers. Microsoft is also expanding its partnership with Samsung.
That's right, opossums. Tests show that their superpower to resist snake venom could be harnessed to save thousands of lives.
During the second half of 2014, the total number of government data requests rose slightly to 35,051, with the US and India leading the way, Facebook reports.
Facing a possible ban in Turkey, Facebook has complied with a court order, according to news reports.
Using hotel Wi-Fi networks, the hackers are able to infect corporate executives' computers with malicious software, according to security research firm Kaspersky Lab.