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  1. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    They put the burden on website owners to police user-contributed material and call for the unnecessary blocking of entire sites,” he explained. Indeed, though the chief complaint amongst large content producers is that it doesn’t reach beyond...

  2. AOL Names Nine Board Members for Post-Time Warner Separation

    A graduate of the USC, Wiatt is a member of the Board of Councilors of the USC School of Cinematic Arts, former Chairman and current member of the Board of the Los Angeles Police Foundation, and on the Board of Directors of the Music Center of Los...

  3. Blogs, Boards, and Posts: Capturing Consumer Buzz Online

    Blogs and forums "self-police. The three vendors were: Jonathon Carson, President and CEO of BuzzMetrics; Mark Fletcher, vice president and general manager of Bloglines at Ask Jeeves; and Mike Nazzaro, Chief Operating Officer at Intelliseek.

  4. Search Headlines

    Beware the Global Net Police. InfoSpace replaces chief executive. SearchDay is headlines only this week, as we celebrate the season. Happy holidays! NOTE: Article links often change. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility...

  5. Compare & Contrast: Ad Guidelines At Overture & Google

    A good response -- therein lies the reason why Google may be less likely to police location-specific ads versus Overture. Both try to police this, and they are aided by their own advertisers. It's not a problem Overture or Google made -- it's a...

  6. Overture Names Authorized Bid Management Providers

    These are just two of no doubt many examples where Overture does not police listings against potential harm. One of the chief concerns Overture has had is over how often bid management programs are changing bids.