Google's biggest potential growth markets have one big hurdle in common: People often lack access to the internet. So the tech giant is helping the development along by setting up its own Wi-Fi hotspots.
The US search engine giant will soon stop advertisements promoting cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ripple under wider efforts to crack down on the marketing of a new breed of high-risk financial products.
Google is not responsible for making sure websites are free from defamatory content before displaying links to them, a top German court has ruled. The case was brought by two people seeking the right to be forgotten.
Researchers have uncovered a weakness in the system used to secure Wi-Fi networks that could allow hackers to access data including passwords and emails. Experts have warned the flaw could leave millions vulnerable.
The two internet giants have struck a patent-sharing agreement and want to collaborate in developing new technologies as Google looks for ways to expand in China where many of its products are blocked by regulators.
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