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Ripoff Report to Revise Removal Policy: May Accept Court Orders

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Ripoff Report has been notorious for its "no removal" policy, refusing to remove reports for any amount of money, pleading, or legal litigation. However, Ripoff Report is reportedly making some important changes to this iron clad rule. ipoff Report is reportedly budging on its "no removal" policy to make "appropriate edits" to reports posted by third parties. 0 Comments

Google to Pay $8.5 Million to Settle Search Query Privacy Case

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Google agreed to give $8.5 million to a handful of nonprofits as well as revise the language within its privacy policy in order to settle a case that claimed Google leaked personal information of users to third parties through referrer headers. Google agreed to give $8.5 million to a handful of nonprofits as well as revise the language within its privacy policy in order to settle a case that claimed Google leaked personal information of users to third parties through referrer headers. 0 Comments

Google VP Explains the Google+ "Real Name" Policy

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Vic Gundotra, Google's VP of Social, discussed the company's decision on enforcing real names for users. While Google accepts pseudonyms, it's pushing for the use of actual names rather than complex or offensive "fake" names. Vic Gundotra, Google's VP of Social, discussed the company's decision on enforcing real names for users. While Google accepts pseudonyms, it's pushing for the use of actual names rather than complex or offensive "fake" names. 0 Comments