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Google Bringing Wind-Powered Data Center to Oklahoma

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The search giant has signed an agreement to use 48 MW of wind energy from the Canadian Hills Wind Project for its latest data center. Google will work with a local utilities company to handle the power used by the Canadian Hills wind farm. The search giant has signed an agreement to use 48 MW of wind energy from the Canadian Hills Wind Project for its latest data center. Google will work with a local utilities company to handle the power used by the Canadian Hills wind farm. 0 Comments

Google Faces $22.5 Million Fine for Safari Tracking

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Google is expected to pay a $22.5 million fine – the largest ever imposed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission – in relation to the discovery that Google used special code to get around the Safari browser's built-in privacy controls to track users. Google is expected to pay a $22.5 million fine – the largest ever imposed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission – in relation to the discovery that Google used special code to get around the Safari browser's built-in privacy controls to track users. 0 Comments

Google: 130 Million 'Bad Ads' Were Killed in 2011

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Google claims it has halved the number of scam ads being displayed across its services thanks to new technologies and improved detection methods. Still, some illegal ads for pharmacies, mortgage scams, and the 2012 Olympics snuck through. Google claims it has halved the number of scam ads being displayed across its services thanks to new technologies and improved detection methods. Still, some illegal ads for pharmacies, mortgage scams, and the 2012 Olympics snuck through. 0 Comments

Romney, Gingrich Latest to Join the Search Engine 'Spreading' Game

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Hey, you know what this country needs? Another reason to keep normal people out of politics. Rick Santorum’s icky problem might be a little less problematic for him now that all the cool kids are getting their own Spreading sites. Hey, you know what this country needs? Another reason to keep normal people out of politics. Rick Santorum’s icky problem might be a little less problematic for him now that all the cool kids are getting their own Spreading sites. 0 Comments

Linking Is Not Libel (This Time), Supreme Court of Canada Rules

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Hyperlinking does not constitute libel in Canada, at least not in the Supreme Court case of Crookes v. Newton. But does this mean a blogger or other online publisher cannot be sued for linking to defamatory content? Not necessarily. Hyperlinking does not constitute libel in Canada, at least not in the Supreme Court case of Crookes v. Newton. But does this mean a blogger or other online publisher cannot be sued for linking to defamatory content? Not necessarily. 0 Comments