Row began after Hindu groups in Google got a talk by Dalit activist Thenmozhi Soundararajan cancelled, which followed cancellation of invitation to Rajiv Malhotra, author who labels people like Soundararajan "snakes".
Search giant is now taking demands to remove home addresses, phone numbers and email accounts of users.
The move came after French data watchdog CNIL slapped the tech giant with a $162 million fine in January for making it harder to reject cookies than to accept them.
The first revenue-based fine of its kind in Russia, the court decision is the latest in Moscow's pile of fines on internet platforms accused of defying the country's regulations.
Cloud users will now have access to information about the company's carbon emissions with a new feature, which will warn them when they are wasting energy on inactive cloud services.
Hong Kong's Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau in May proposed amendments to the city's data-protection laws that it said were needed to combat doxing – an act of revealing people's personal information without their permission.
Online giant’s plans follow surge in internet traffic after pandemic restrictions drove more users and advertisers online.
The government says the law will ensure that news businesses "are fairly remunerated for the content they generate, helping to sustain public interest journalism in Australia."
The suit says Google made deals to shut out competitors and set out to lock out rivals by muscling its search and advertising systems into users' everyday appliances.
The complaint against the tech giant follows a year-long investigation prompted by a petition by five people fired by Google after they led efforts to protest company policies and organise colleagues into a potential union.
The workers in a petition seen by Reuters expressed disappointment with Google not joining the "millions who want to defang and defund" police departments.
Many Google subscribers will be able to join the lawsuit that alleges the company has violated US federal wiretap law.
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