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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    This case could potentially become a class action lawsuit. Google Loses Round In Lawsuit About AdWords Pricing – MediaPostGoogle didn't give Arkansas lawyer and AdWords advertiser Rick Woods of Arkansas "smart pricing" discount in six instances and...

  2. Highlights from the SEW Blog: April 21-25, 2008

    Google Sued for Ad Fraud; Another Class Action Settlement? Today Google was slapped with a lawsuit alleging advertising fraud, which will be fascinating -- and important -- for AdWords advertisers to watch.

  3. Ask and LookSmart Send Out Click Fraud Settlement Letters

    If you purchased online advertising from LookSmart between January 1, 2002 and the present, you may be a class member in a class-action lawsuit, Lane's Gifts and Collectibles et al.v. Seems Lane's Gifts are not the only ones getting money back from...

  4. Search and the Law: Attorney Deborah Wilcox

    So Viacom, and many others that have joined in the lawsuit since it has become a class-action lawsuit and these are now all consolidated cases, are saying that Google should be more proactive, such as being able to figure it out ahead of time...

  5. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 2)

    If you know there are other businesses or individuals with legitimate uses who have suffered as you have, there may even be an organization willing to represent you in a class-action suit. Eric Goldman, assistant professor of Law at Santa Clara...

  6. KinderStart Becomes KinderStopped In Ranking Lawsuit Against Google

    KinderStart now apparently hopes it can enlist other PR0 sites to file a class action lawsuit against Google (info is supposed to be here, but site is currently down). Two class action suits over click fraud, where defendants have real monetary...

  7. Advertiser Files Complaint To Block Google Click Fraud Settlement

    OPT OUT OF CLICK FRAUD CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT Advertisers must decide: take the pennies offered by Google and be happy with the status quo or opt out and pursue legal restitution through a lawsuit," says Pollard.