1. Thousands Of People Have Asked Google To Forget That They And Their Stupid, Embarrassing Blog Posts Exist
In response to an EU court ruling that European citizens have a right to not have information about them indexed by Google's massive search engine, the tech giant launched a "right to be forgotten" web form on Friday. In just the first day, 12,000 people chose to take advantage of the new option.
I hope the NSA isn't tracking the number of frantic google image searches I do right before getting a haircut
— Eli Yudin (@eliyudin) May 30, 2014