Google's Week: Right to be Forgotten, AI battle and Android N

Roland Moore-Colyer
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Search firm also revealed it receives 100,000 piracy takedown requests an hour

Google's week was dominated by two highlights: the announcement that the firm will remove Right to be Forgotten requests from its global database, and the news that its artificial intelligence beat...

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