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Google Censorship Ruling in Canada Has Worldwide Implications

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The Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled in favor of a company claiming a competitor stole its trade secrets and has issued a temporary injunction requiring Google to remove the competing company from its search results around the world. A court injunction requires Google to remove search results not only from Google Canada, but also from all country-specific versions of Google. 0 Comments

Model Battles Google, Yahoo in Court Over Images Linking Her to Porn Sites

Maria Belen Rodriguez Blurred Google Image Search

A lawsuit by Argentinian model Maria Belen Rodriguez alleges that the search results have ruined her life and damaged her reputation. Google counters that "search engines are neutral platforms that do not create nor control content on the web.” A lawsuit by Argentinian model Maria Belen Rodriguez alleges that the search results have ruined her life and damaged her reputation. Google counters that "search engines are neutral platforms that do not create nor control content on the web.” 0 Comments

Nuances of Spanish Language Search Marketing

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This post will help you understand the nuances of Spanish language search marketing and what you can do to help your campaigns over the hurdles that are often faced with so many countries, cultures, and dialects under a single language. This post will help you understand the nuances of Spanish language search marketing and what you can do to help your campaigns over the hurdles that are often faced with so many countries, cultures, and dialects under a single language. 0 Comments

Google Reveals Argentina, South Korea Investigations

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In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Google revealed it is the subject of probes in both Argentina (over Google's search and advertising business) and South Korea (over Google's mobile and advertising business). In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Google revealed it is the subject of probes in both Argentina (over Google's search and advertising business) and South Korea (over Google's mobile and advertising business). 0 Comments

Could Google Suggest Be Used to Send Coded Messages?

Google Suggest Coded Messages

Google Suggest could be used to transmit secret messages in plain sight. That's the message from a stenography specialist who says spies and terrorists might try to send messages undetected by creating a coded message based on search suggestions. Google Suggest could be used to transmit secret messages in plain sight. That's the message from a stenography specialist who says spies and terrorists might try to send messages undetected by creating a coded message based on search suggestions. 0 Comments