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The Dirty Loses Reputation Management Lawsuit

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The success of this lawsuit is going to open a flood of new lawsuits against The Dirty and other sites like it that host third-party content. It is likely that such sites are going to take removal requests more seriously to avoid costly lawsuits. The success of this lawsuit is going to open a flood of new lawsuits against The Dirty and other sites like it that host third-party content. It is likely that such sites are going to take removal requests more seriously to avoid costly lawsuits. 0 Comments

Google to Appeal Italian Privacy Ruling and Jail-Time Sentence

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Google is set to appeal the conviction of three Google execs. The conviction, which includes jail time, is for privacy violations involved in allowing Google Video content to be posted. Google will appeal the ruling as soon as January. Google is set to appeal the conviction of three Google execs. The conviction, which includes jail time, is for privacy violations involved in allowing Google Video content to be posted. Google will appeal the ruling as soon as January. 0 Comments

Google Appeals Wiretapping Definition Ruling

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When Google "accidentally" picked up data from encrypted wireless networks, the gates of Hades burst open. Lawsuits have flown freely since, and a recent ruling has opened the field to charges of wiretapping. Google is now appealing that ruling. When Google "accidentally" picked up data from encrypted wireless networks, the gates of Hades burst open. Lawsuits have flown freely since, and a recent ruling has opened the field to charges of wiretapping. Google is now appealing that ruling. 0 Comments

Oracle Copyright Suit Seeks Billions from Google

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Oracle, the company that owns Java, has been engaged in an arduous legal wrestling match with Google. Oracle's recent claims make the true scope apparent: Oracle statements say the company is seeking a figure "in the billions of dollars." Oracle, the company that owns Java, has been engaged in an arduous legal wrestling match with Google. Oracle's recent claims make the true scope apparent: Oracle statements say the company is seeking a figure "in the billions of dollars." 0 Comments

Handling Search Marketing in Large Organizations

Paid search and organic optimization require different strategies when working to bring them into large organizations. Melanie Mitchell shares her experience of setting up the SEM/SEO practice inside AOL. Paid search and organic optimization require different strategies when working to bring them into large organizations. Melanie Mitchell shares her experience of setting up the SEM/SEO practice inside AOL. 0 Comments

Search Engines and Legal Issues, Continued

Is copying a web page 'fair use'? How many of your competitors' keywords or trademarks can you legally use on a web page? Recent court cases provided answers. Is copying a web page 'fair use'? How many of your competitors' keywords or trademarks can you legally use on a web page? Recent court cases provided answers. 0 Comments