Morning Roundup: Google censoring search in Europe. Readmill closing and more
June 26, 2014 | 8:58 am
By Joanna Cabot
The Case for Raising Your Reading Standards (If You’re Like Me and Don’t Have Any) (Book Riot)
If the past is any indication, my basic requirements are quite minimal. Books need be little more than available, legible and in English to earn consideration. But with too little reading time and so many bad books out there, maybe it’s time for me to raise the bar just a smidge.
Google Starts Censoring Search Results in Europe Due to Privacy Ruling (GigaOM)
The search provider has started complying with a recent ruling that says it must de-link some personal information, if the data subject asks and if the information isn’t in the public interest.
Wattpad Reveals Winners of First Prize (GalleyCat)
Digital literary community Wattpad revealed the winners of the inaugural Wattpad Prize, its first contest to celebrate readers and writers in the community.
Readmill is Closing in Six Days—Back Up Your Account (The Digital Reader)
The beloved social reading platform Readmill is shutting down next Monday, and a couple days ago they sent out an email to remind users that they need to back up their content and account, and move it to another service.
Kindle Daily Deal: CJ Townsend Series (and others)