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  1. Google Under Fire Again for Providing Easy Access to Prescription Drugs

    You may remember the 2011 debacle when Google paid $500 million to avoid criminal prosecution by the Department of Justice for profiting from ads by Canadian pharmacies illegally selling prescription and non-prescription drugs.

  2. Security and Responsibility on the Virtual Frontier

    Despite having a criminal past (proven by public records, though for some reason I can't explain there are still some people who refuse to believe the patently obvious), two questions remained- 1. This week has generated a lot of questions about...

  3. Private Searches Versus Personally Identifiable Searches

    What if certain search terms indicated that people were contemplating terrorist actions or other criminal activities? Department Of Justice subpoena or request for search data. However, as people are discussing and debating the case more, they're...

  4. The Search Engine Report - April 2, 2003 Number 77

    A company specializing in uncovering criminal connections and terrorist networks has released a visualization tool that reveals hidden relationships in Google search results. Here's a great article that analyzed 412 news stories about Google, to...

  5. Google And The Big Brother Nomination

    The government may now spy on web surfing of innocent Americans, including terms entered into search engines, by merely telling a judge anywhere in the US that the spying could lead to information that is 'relevant' to an ongoing criminal...

  6. The Search Engine Update, March 18, 2003, Number 145

    A company specializing in uncovering criminal connections and terrorist networks has released a visualization tool that reveals hidden relationships in Google search results. Here's a great article that analyzed 412 news stories about Google, to...