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  1. How Google Makes Its Billions: The 20 Most Expensive AdWords Keyword Categories

    Lawyer (e.g.personal injury lawyer," "criminal defense lawyer); 3 percent; $42.51 Degree (e.g.criminal justice degrees online," "psychology bachelors degree online"); 2.2 percent; $40.61 Classes (e.g.criminal justice online classes," "online...

  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. Committing the criminal offense of Possession of...

  3. 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...

  4. U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy Asks Attorney General for More Info On Web Search Subpeonas

    s subpoenas to the Internet companies were issued in connection with this, or any other, civil or criminal litigation or investigation. Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales, asking for more information about the subpoenas for search records from...

  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. 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

    Criminal convictions and, in some states, marriage, divorce, death, boat or vehicle ownership, vehicle accidents, applications for fishing or hunting licenses, and voter registration also produce public records.