Since the ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling came into force in May 2014, Google has received thousands of removal requests from individuals across Europe. The search engine giant discloses the number and types of requests in a newly published ‘Transparency Report’. Here, I go through Google’s latest report, and explore how the UK is being affected by the EU’s ruling.
A UK businessman and former Morgan Stanley banker, Daniel Hegglin , who took Google to court in a bid to prevent defamatory and anonymous online content about him appearing in search engine results, has finally reached a settlement.
In Repped: 30 Days to a Better Online Reputation, Andy Beal – world prominent online reputation management (ORM) figure, award-winning blogger, professional speaker, and author, takes readers through a simple 30-day guide to building, managing, monitoring and protecting your valuable online reputation. An action oriented and practical guide, Repped provides sound, useful advice as well…
Econsultancy recently published an article about Online Reputation Management and the right and wrong practices for managing a company or brands reputation online.
Research published on the Econsultancy website about the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA), shows that they have been gathering information for the last two years, for a project about the PR industry and how it might look in the future.