The top European Union court has ruled there is a right to be forgotten on the Internet. It has upheld a Spanish man's request that Google delete an auction notice on his repossessed home. He viewed it as an invasion of privacy. The ruling suggests that people now may ask Google to delete sensitive information about them from search results.
Time.com argues that Federal Communications Commission chair Tom Wheeler has seriously misjudged public sentiment about net neutrality by opening the door to differing rates of digital delivery of content. Sam Gustin writes that Wheeler is into damage control to reassure providers and the public that the regulator is not going to allow a multi-tiered Internet.
Britain's Tony Harcup has written A Dictionary of Journalism. A companion piece involves the nine best, and nine worst, things about journalism. He likes the clarity of language, the courage, and the skepticism. He doesn't like the cynicism, nostalgia and chaos.