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Please forget me
According to a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union, you now have the right to be forgotten on the web. In other words, you can now request that any search results to pages on the web, that contain information about you that you'd rather was forgotten, be permanently removed.
This sounds like a great idea for serious cases where you were wrongfully accused of murder and don't want future employers searching into your seedy past. However, when applying for censorship, you not only need to provide verifiable evidence of your identity, but you need to list out individual URLs that you want removed; not an effortless task!
The stupid cookie law is dead at last. Everyone knows about cookies now, apparently.
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Try following Heello's approach to writing your terms of service and more people may actually read them. Via TNW.