The company plans to hold seven meetings across Europe to discuss the regulations -- and Google's problems with it..
Google outlines its process for hiding contentious search results, revealing which countries have made the most requests.
The search giant wants people to chime in on a European ruling requiring it to remove search result links in response to individual requests. Will it help the debate?
The Internet search-engine giant unveils updated statistics on "right to be forgotten" requests in Europe, showing it has approved more than half the requests.
The European Union is reportedly concerned that Google isn't doing enough to hide search results internationally.
The European Union's privacy watchdogs plan to discuss implementation of the controversial rule with Google, Microsoft and Yahoo.
The search giant's plight reveals the challenges inherent in trying to comply with a controversial and complex law.
Across much of Europe, people embarrassed by certain search results can prod Google and other search engines to clean things up.
A promising clue that Netflix plans to launch its service in Australia next year, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
Yes, Bing also has to comply with an EU ruling ordering search engines to honor requests to remove search result links.