Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Ruby Lanes Red Hot 72 Hour Ruby Red Tag 50% Off Sale! Ruby Lane 3 hours ago 0 shares SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Summer savings abound in Ruby Lane's Red Hot 72 hour Sale! Shop the Red Hot 72 hour Ruby Red Tag 50% Off Sale beginning on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 8am (Pacific Daylight Time) through Saturday, August 2, 2014 at 8am (Pacific Daylight Time). Shoppers save 50% on thousands of items in every Lane on the site. Already, more than 23,000 items have been added to the Sale. Plus, Ruby Lane shop owners continue to add items to the Sale daily. You can preview items that will be in the Red Hot 72 Hour Ruby Red Tag 50% Off Sale at: http://www.rubylane.com/search/,types=redtag Shoppers looking for vintage and antique home decor, jewelry, and gifts can take advantage of Sale items at 50% savings, says Palmer Pekarek, Director of Communications and New Business Development at Ruby Lane. And, early holiday shoppers can find that perfect gift for those hard to shop for loved-ones on sale! Save on timeless antiques and vintage items for you and your home. Begin your search today the sale ends promptly at 8am on August 2nd - after that, unsold items automatically return to their regular price. Shop the Red Hot 72 Hour Sale and SAVE! About Ruby Lane Ruby Lane is an online marketplace hosting over 2,500 individually-owned shops with a collective inventory of more than 528,000 items. Considered the premier vetted online shopping destination for antiques & art, vintage collectibles, and jewelry, Ruby Lane prides itself on bringing buyers and sellers together in one state of the art website. Founded in 1998, the company is headquartered in San Francisco, California. For additional information, please visit: www.rubylane.com Hobbies & Personal Activities
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ASEOHosting Addresses International SEO Hosting Client?s ?Right To Be Forgotten? Concerns
The right to be forgotten has the potential to impact search results for international SEO clients, but we believe the scope of the ruling is quite narrow. Hudson, FL (PRWEB) July 22, 2014 SEOHosting, a provider of premium international SEO hosting is releasing an advisory to address the concerns of international SEO hosting clients in light of the EU Court of Justices recent ruling that search engines must delist pages that contain references to individuals if those individuals make a request. There are a number of misconceptions surrounding the right to be forgotten ruling (Case C-131/12 Google Spain SL, Google Inc. v Agencia Espanola de Proteccion de Datos (AEPD), Mario Costeja Gonzalez  ECJ). As an expert provider of international hosting, ASEOHosting is well-placed to discuss what the ruling means for hosting clients who rely on EU search engine traffic. The most important misconception to address is the sites to which the ruling applies. It does not apply to publishers, bloggers, social media networks, or other content sites such sites have no obligation to remove content. It applies only to search engines at the moment and only when the linked content is deemed inaccurate, inadequate, irrelevant or excessive. In the months since the ruling, Google has rejected the majority of requests for data removal, because they dont conform to those criteria. Google may decide to remove links to personal data if requested by an EU citizen, regardless of where that site is hosted, but the removal will only impact local results: on http://www.google.fr , for example. It appears that Google is only removing results for queries specific to the individual requesting removal for most queries the pages will appear as usual. The right to be forgotten has the potential to impact search results for international SEO clients, but we believe the scope of the ruling is quite narrow at the moment most site owners dont need to be overly concerned, commented ASEOHostings Vice President of Customer Relations, Daniel Page, We decided to address the concerns of webmasters and help them understand exactly what impact the ruling is likely to have on their EU SERP presence. In the ruling from the European Court of Justice, three main decisions were made. The first concerns the territoriality of the ruling: many have asked why the ruling of the ECJ applies to a US company. The court decided that it has jurisdiction over companies processing data if they or a subsidiary sell advertising within a member state. Secondly, the rule applies to search engines like Google because they are considered controllers of personal data by the court. The fact that they merely link to data was considered an adequate defense. Thirdly, individuals have the right to ask that search engines to remove personal information and links to personal information in a narrow set of circumstances , to be decided on a case-by-case basis by Google and other search engines. In summary, if Google receives a request to remove links to personal data from its results, it may remove them for a narrow set of queries that relate directly to the requester the page in unlikely to be completely removed from the index and will still be searchable with queries unrelated to the individual who made the removal request. Since 2002, ASEOHosting has established one of the webs premier solutions for reseller web hosting, multiple IP hosting, dedicated servers, and VPS hosting. For more information, visit http://www.aseohosting.com .
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