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  1. Google Forfeiture: Government Splits $500 Million

    That statement doesn’t exactly jive with Google’s position on their part in responsible advertising yesterday, after losing an appeal in which an Australian court ruled Google had engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct.

  2. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    We’re all holding our breath to find out whether any kangaroos will file privacy complaints with the Australian government. To provide panoramic pictures of the Australian outback, Google has announced Google Street Roo.

  3. Feds Go All In Against Online Poker Sites, Seize Domains, Issue Warrants

    An Australian newspaper reported that the information for the arrests could have come from a credit card processor who had been arrested last year and was cooperating with the government to reduce his own sentence.

  4. Oh What A Tangled Web They've Weaved: Wikileaks Game Card

    Wikileaks' publisher is Australian-born Julian Paul Assange - who is in hiding at the moment for a number of reasons. The global impact of the leaking of 250.000 US government cables (communications between US officials) has been the topic of...

  5. The Revenue Stream: or, "You gonna pay for that porn, boy?"

    But the Lab couldn't risk potential legal action, and rumors began that the Australian government was planning to ban virtual worlds like Second Life outright on a country wide basis. A few weeks ago, my friend Mickey said (via twitter) 'wish LL...

  6. Revised Google Book Settlement Addresses Rightsholders Issues

    British, Australian, and Canadian rightsholders are joining the case as named plaintiffs and will also be represented on the Board of the The Registry may ask the court after 10 years to distribute these funds to nonprofits benefiting rightsholders...

  7. The Web's Wild West Days Are Gone

    The Australian government has already started a censorship trial, with one of their national ISPs signing up. This would block all 'illegal' and 'inappropriate' material, as determined in part by a secret blacklist administered by the Australian...

  8. Governments Ask Google to Turn a Blind Eye

    Gary blogged about the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation asking Google to remove an image of Australia's only nuclear reactor from Google Earth last summer. Thai security officials said they intended to ask Google to block...