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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. Kony 2012: Lessons for Video Marketers

    And Joseph Kony was indicted for war crimes in 2005 by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, but has evaded capture. The first lesson is that it seems laughter isn't only the best medicine, but also the best way to get someone to share...

  3. Security and Responsibility on the Virtual Frontier

    This week has generated a lot of questions about the responsibility of the provider of a virtual world commerce platform (in this case that would be Linden Lab) in regards to security and protection from fraud and IP theft, as well as other types...

  4. Google Refuses To Release Data CT Attorney General Wants To Check For Criminal Activity

    Outgoing Connecticut AG Richard Blumenthal requested the data collected during Google's Streetview data recordings and the civil investigative demand had a Friday deadline which Google did not meet, the Los Angeles Times reported.

  5. The Future of Search: A One-Act Play in Three Acts (Act Two)

    Well, at least until the marketing data gets stolen by identity thieves, purchased by unprincipled third-party marketing fiends, or subpoenaed by Homeland Security so they can correlate potential criminal and/or terrorist activity to little...

  6. Advertising Placements by Industry and Top Sponsored Links, April 2007

    Law Firm of Richard Glen Boire california+penal+code+section+1203.4 california+penal+code criminal+background+of+an+area Methodology: Nielsen//NetRatings AdRelevance's Cloudprober technology tracks online advertising activity across over 2,000...

  7. SEO Book's Aaron Wall Sued By Traffic-Power Over Revealing "Trade Secrets"

    Question: Isn't a violation of the act [cited in the cease and desist] a criminal violation? I believe the letter is suggesting that Traffic Power will pursue all legal remedies both criminal and civil to resolve this matter.

  8. 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. Search Guiding More Web Activity InternetNews.com, March 12, 2003 http...

  9. 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...

  10. 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. Search Guiding More Web Activity InternetNews.com, March 12, 2003 http...