Today France pushed for Google's 'right to be forgotten' to go global. It's a service Spanish princess Cristina might also want to use after her upcoming tax fraud trial. Dominique Strauss-Kahn might want to use it for a clean slate, he's just been acquitted of organizing sex parties.
Meanwhile a San Diego barber got 10 years for slashing a throat during a shave, and a Malaysia Airlines plane had a close shave when an engine caught fire.
France demanded global Google rights
Embarrassing past? It's now possible for you to get Google to scrub details linked to your name under the 'right to be forgotten' rule in Europe, but France is now pressing for the right to go global.
DKS was acquitted over pimping claims
He managed to settle with the New York Sofitel cleaner over sex assault allegations, but disgraced former-IMF Dominique Strauss-Kahn has skipped jail time in France. He's just been acquitted of charges that he set up "beast-like" orgies in France, Belgium and the U.S. with prostitutes, after being considered a client rather than organizer of the parties.
A Malaysia Airlines plane made an emergency landing
An aircraft heading for Kuala Lumpur had to return to Melbourne airport when an engine fire alert went off, shortly after take off. The airline's reputation has been damaged after two crashes in 2014.
A Spanish princess lost her title
Spain's King Felipe stripped his sister princess Cristina of her Duchess title. She's about to go on trial with her Olympic handball player husband for fiddling taxes and misuse of company funds linked to his Noos charity.
A barber was behind bars
Timothy Vaughn lived every man's secret fear when he goes for a wet shave: his barber slashed his throat. Barber Daniel Roberto Flores was given 10 years for slitting Vaughn's neck at a barber's shop in San Diego; Vaughn survived.