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UC Davis paid $175,000 or more to scrub police pepper spray incident from web searches

Photo: Brian Nguyen, The Aggie. Looks like the geniuses who run UC Davis never Googled the words “Streisand Effect.” After a police officer pepper-sprayed UC Davis students in a widely reported 2011 i... read more

UC Davis spent $175,000 to scrub pepper-spray references from Internet

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UC Davis Spent $175K To Scrub Pepper Spray Cop From Google

Remember the infamous UC Davis pepper spray incident ... that officials at the public university paid a private company at least $175,000 to scrub all stories of Pike and his pepper spray from Google ... read more

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Report Shows UC Davis Administration Spent Thousands to Scrub Pepper-Spray Images from Internet

The University of California, Davis contracted with consultants for at least $175,000 to scrub ... the pepper-spray incident, which occurred as police were attempting to break up a protest and sit-in ... read more


Student Association Calls for UC Davis Chancellor to Resign Amid Controversy

The university paid a public relations firm at least $175,000 in ... were possible, ‘pepper spray’ will always be part of UC Davis’ history.” Sign up now to receive FORTUNE's best content, special off... read more

Report: UC Davis Spent $175K To Clean Online Rep After Pepper Spray Incident

pepper-spraying of student protesters by campus police, which gained nationwide attention. The Bee said that fallout continued for more than a year, as investigations and lawsuits played out and spawn... read more

UC–Davis Spent $175,000 Trying to Wipe the Internet of Its Pepper-Spraying Scandal

the university hired Sacramento-based ID Media Partners to extend its endeavor to sanitize its pepper spray–related search results. Funnily, the Bee’s work may have undone all of those clean-up effort... read more

UC Davis scandal exposes the online reputation industry’s own bad rap issue

In April of 2016, The Sacramento Bee reported that UC Davis paid consultants at least $175,000 to improve ... You To Forget About Its Pepper Spray Incident. So Here’s The Video.” — perhaps intending t... read more

UC Davis spent thousands to scrub pepper-spray reference from Internet

The University of California, Davis contracted with consultants for at least $175,000 to scrub ... the pepper-spray incident, which occurred as police were attempting to break up a protest and sit-in ... read more

Gaming the (Google Search) System

At UC–Davis, during a Nov. 18, 2011, sit-in, police officers asked the protesters to leave. When they didn’t comply, officers used pepper spray on them, which was captured on video, leading to global ... read more

Don't tell the Internet what to do

When it comes to unflattering images of oneself, leave them alone and let things blow over CENSORING PHOTOS A BAD IDEA Removing unflattering photos of yourself from the Internet once they have been pu... read more

Erasing the News: Should some stories be forgotten?

“Frankly, if you tried to create the right to be forgotten ... paid $175,000 total to two reputation management companies to scrub the web of negative results for searches that concerned a 2011 video- ... read more



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