Google has unveiled a new warning system that can alert users if their account is compromised by a state-sponsored attack. Once warned, users will have the ability to lock down their account and prevent any further access by their attacker.
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The Recording Industry Association of America says Google's current process isn't working and urges the company to make some changes to their copyright infringement report system. In the past month, the RIAA has requested 52,715 URL takedowns.
Google reports it receives over 250,000 requests to take down URLs accused of copyright infringement each week. In the past month, Google has received requests from 1,000 copyright owners to remove pages from 24,000 websites from search results.
A new study indicates that 13 million Facebook users in the U.S. alone do not use or are unaware of the social network's privacy controls. Most Facebook users have no idea how much data they're willing giving out on the social networking site.
Twitter has released updates for its iPhone and Android app, providing improved search and notification functions. The new versions of Twitter are now available on both the iPhone's App Store and Android's Google Play.
As the Google-Oracle trial continues into its second week, Oracle lawyers today interrogated Google executives Andy Rubin and former CEO Eric Schmidt about emails written within the company on the topic of Java licensing in 2005 and 2006.
A California judge has denied a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit from employees alleging that a group of seven high profile tech companies, including Google and Apple, conspired in a "no poaching" deal, limiting worker salaries and mobility.