Weekly web archiving roundup for the week of July 24, 2015:
- “Google accidentally reveals data on ‘right to be forgotten’ requests“, by Sylvia Tippman and Julia Powles. Data shows 95% of Google privacy requests are from citizens out to protect personal and private information – not criminals, politicians and public figures.
- “Google’s hidden data reveals details of ‘right to be forgotten’ requests“, by Mona Lalwani. So far, Google has received about 281,000 individual requests that add up to over one million links.
- “What if journalists weren’t controlled by tech? A conversation with Dave Winer“, by Melody Kramer. Journalists conversing about tech and journalism—one question about archiving.