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  1. Yelp Lawsuit Seeks Wages for Yelpers

    The lawsuit, which is requesting a Class Action status, has been brought forward by four plaintiffs: Dr. Interestingly enough, they are being represented by a law firm called "The Yelp Class-Action Law Firm," with lead attorney Randy Rosenblatt.

  2. Lawsuit Accuses comScore of Major Privacy Violations

    While the lawsuit was filed on behalf of two plaintiffs by Chicago law firm Edelson McGuire, the case is set up to become a class action suit. The suit claims that: A lawsuit filed on August 23 accuses comScore of recording private consumer...

  3. Search Week in Review for Oct. 30, 2010

    Class Action Suit Targets Google for Revealing Users Search Queries By Danny Goodwin The class action seeks "monetary relief for those whose search queries were wrongly shared, and injunctive relief to prevent continued privacy abuses.

  4. Class Action Suit Targets Google for Revealing Users Search Queries

    The class action seeks "monetary relief for those whose search queries were wrongly shared, and injunctive relief to prevent continued privacy abuses. A federal lawsuit filed in California alleges that Google illegally shared the search queries of...

  5. Online Travel Industry Having Tax Problems

    On Tuesday, a federal judge granted San Antonio's motion for class-action certification in its lawsuit against 16 companies including Hotels.com, Expedia.com, Priceline.com and Orbitz. Houston and San Antonio - guess Dallas would be next if the...

  6. The Google Content Ad Fraud Lawsuit: Just the Facts, Ma'am

    My opinion: regardless of the outcome of the class action suit, Google should make it easier for advertisers to opt out of the content network, as an explicit step in the campaign creation process. Last week I blogged about the April 22 filing of a...

  7. Google Sued for Ad Fraud; Another Class Action Settlement?

    The lawsuit, which seeks class action status, was filed by the firm of Kabateck Brown Kellner, on behalf of David Almeida, a Massachusetts-based private investigator. At the risk of making life harder for my friends at Google, I need to point out...