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Complaint Alleges

  1. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    In another case, a Missouri man alleges that Google violated the Wiretap Act and is asking for damages on behalf of 62 million users, according to paidContent. Meanwhile, a lawsuit was filed in federal court in Delaware against Google because...

  2. Privacy Group Sues FTC to Stop New Google Privacy Policy

    EPIC alleges that the changes to Google’s privacy policies, which will allow Google to combine user data across all of its properties “without user consent,” violates a consent order Google signed with the FTC last year related to Google Buzz.

  3. Google Antitrust Deal in Works? Schmidt Meets With Key EU Regulator

    The company also alleges that, after filing its original complaint, Google retaliated against 1plusV by delisting its sites in Google's search results. On a related note, 1plusV, parent company of, today in a supplementary complaint to...

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

    The complaint alleges that Google has "consistently and intentionally designed its services to ensure that user search queries, which often contain highly-sensitive and personally-identifiable information, are routinely transferred to marketers...

  5. Google Getting Sued For $1 Billion Over Gmail Tool

    The lawsuit alleges that in February, 2007 Google launched a suite of business software applications called Google Apps. The lawsuit alleges at the time of its launch, however, Google did not have a workable way to enable Microsoft Outlook users to...

  6. Google Asks Court to Dismiss SearchKing Lawsuit

    Google is telling the court that even if SearchKing proves everything it alleges, it still won't have shown that Google acted illegally.there's no need to wait to resolve the basic question: not what Google did, but whether it was wrong.

  7. Google Makes Scientology Infringement Demand Public

    The text of the letter sent to Google by the law firm Moxon & Kobrin, with a chart identifying the specific pages the firm alleges infringe its client's copyrights and trademarks. If you wish, you may read the DMCA complaint for these removed results.