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  1. Google's New Approach to China: A Closer Look at the Attack Heard 'Round the Web

    And, the criminal underground pays a great deal of money for these client-side exploits, which are used to install malware on millions of desktops. In terms of cyber espionage attacks, there is little debate about the scope of attacks produced by...

  2. WhitePages.com Expands People Search

    Public records data, including criminal record and background checks, will come from a U.S. Expanding further from its phone directory roots, WhitePages.com has added third-party results from Web search, public records, and professional profiles...

  3. 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...

  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. AltaVista in 1995 had 20 million pages -- today, Google and others record...

  5. 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. AltaVista in 1995 had 20 million pages -- today, Google and others record...

  6. Searching for Public Records

    At the State level we've concentrated on locating databases that provide business information (corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, assumed business names), licensing (dentists, physicians, real estate, therapists, etc...

  7. The Truth About Big Brother Databases

    Various state laws govern the disclosure or use of driving records, vital records, workers' and unemployment compensation claims, and even criminal records. Criminal convictions and, in some states, marriage, divorce, death, boat or vehicle...