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  1. Ripoff Report Launches Verified, a New Program to Shield Businesses From Negative Reviews

    RipoffReport, which is one of the most popular review sites for posting customer complaints, has recently launched a program called "Ripoff Report Verified," that acts like an insurance policy that protects you from negative reviews being posted.

  2. Google: No Plans for Glass Facial Recognition Apps (At This Time)

    In the face of increasing complaints and worries the firm made a Google+ post in which it denied plans for facial recognition apps. Google has told the world that it will not approve any facial recognition software for Glass until it's had time to...

  3. Will Google's Proposed Search Fixes End EU Antitrust Case?

    Google has been barraged with legal complaints over the years. Google has submitted proposals to address European Union (EU) concerns that the company, which owns a dominating 90 percent of the search market in Europe, is guilty of discriminating...

  4. Is Google's Unified Privacy Policy Illegal in Europe?

    The move comes after French data protection regulatory CNIL confirmed that Google had made no attempt to meets it concerns over its renewed privacy policies, first unveiled in March 2012, despite its numerous complaints that the changes were...

  5. Google Not Responsible for Content of Paid Search Ads, Australian Court Rules

    Among the ACCC's complaints: when users searched for “Honda”, Google displayed sponsored links (which were renamed "ads" in 2010 – although "sponsored" product ads have since been added to Google's search results) that appeared as though they...

  6. Did $2 Billion in Google Tax Money Disappear in Bermuda Triangle?

    While tax avoidance is a common practice for corporations, Google has continued to be a prime target for tax dodging complaints. Google shifted $9.8 billion in revenue to Bermuda in order to avoid paying $2 billion in global taxes, Bloomberg reported.