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Yelp: Court Ruling on Anonymous Customer Reviews 'Could Have a Chilling Effect on Free Speech'

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A U.S. court has ordered customer review website Yelp reveal the names of seven of its anonymous reviewers. The order follows a lawsuit filed by a carpet cleaning company which suspected that some of the reviews placed online about it were made up. A U.S. court has ordered customer review website Yelp reveal the names of seven of its anonymous reviewers. The order follows a lawsuit filed by a carpet cleaning company which suspected that some of the reviews placed online about it were made up. 0 Comments

Bing No Longer Complying With Court-Ordered Defamatory Content Removals?

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Several attorneys experienced in Internet defamation law allege that search engine Bing has recently changed its policy and is no longer complying with court-ordered removals of defamatory content. Bing denies that any of its practices have changed. Several attorneys experienced in Internet defamation law allege that search engine Bing has recently changed its policy and is no longer complying with court-ordered removals of defamatory content. Bing denies that any of its practices have changed. 0 Comments

Twitter: Government User Data Requests Grow, 81% From U.S.

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Governments from around the world made 1,858 requests for Twitter data during the second half of 2012. That is compared to the first half when world governments only made 849 requests. Twitter's statistics come from its biannual transparency report. Governments from around the world made 1,858 requests for Twitter data during the second half of 2012. That is compared to the first half when world governments only made 849 requests. Twitter's statistics come from its biannual transparency report. 0 Comments

Failure to Comply: Judge Orders Google to Reveal Paid Media Relationships

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Google has been given clarification and a deadline of Friday to comply with a U.S. judge's order to disclose any paid relationships with the media. The judge said Google "failed to comply" with his order in the firm's patent litigation with Oracle. Google has been given clarification and a deadline of Friday to comply with a U.S. judge's order to disclose any paid relationships with the media. The judge said Google "failed to comply" with his order in the firm's patent litigation with Oracle. 0 Comments

Google: We Didn't Mess With Texas Attorney General

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Google is being sued by the Texas attorney general, who alleges that the search giant is withholding documents from the state. Google denies the claim, saying the company has shared "hundreds of thousands of documents" with the Texas AG. Google is being sued by the Texas attorney general, who alleges that the search giant is withholding documents from the state. Google denies the claim, saying the company has shared "hundreds of thousands of documents" with the Texas AG. 0 Comments

Google vs Copiepresse Copyright Tension Settled

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Copiepresse, a copyright management company for Belgian newspapers, has had a long history of tension with Google. Now, after five years of conflict, Copiepresse and Google seem to have laid down their arms. Copiepresse, a copyright management company for Belgian newspapers, has had a long history of tension with Google. Now, after five years of conflict, Copiepresse and Google seem to have laid down their arms. 0 Comments