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  1. Vitaly Borker Gets 4 Years for Threats, Terror Used to Boost Google Rankings

    In addition to his four year federal sentence and fines/restitution, Borker was sentenced to three years probation, during which time he will not be allowed to use a computer. Vitaly Borker’s online reign of terror, once used as his SEO strategy...

  2. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo Working With White House on Do No Track Browsing

    Meanwhile, a lawsuit was filed in federal court in Delaware against Google because “Google’s willful and knowing actions violated” federal wiretapping laws and other computer-related statutes by bypassing Safari's privacy settings, attorneys for...

  3. Facebook Fixes Cookie Issues as Lawmakers Urge FTC Privacy Probe

    In an effort to protect consumers, we would like to know about any actions the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has taken or plans to take to investigate this practice by Facebook," wrote Markey and Barton.

  4. Security and Responsibility on the Virtual Frontier

    Before anyone asks, I do not know which federal investigative agency is still digging. Other activities remain under investigation by another federal investigative agency. The answer is yes, he is still under supervision of the court, in the form...

  5. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Federal Computer Week Oct 5 2005 11:22PM GMT Google's CEO and Sun to Announce Partnership. Google to strike a direct blow into the heart of Microsoft's profit and power base. MSN adCenter Pilot Program Search Engine Watch Forums

  6. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Federal Computer Week Sep 1 2005 1:55PM GMT Chirac backs eurocentric search engine from the Daily Telegraph covers how a new multimedia search engine is to get a 2 billion euro loan as part of an effort to challenge the mostly US-based search...

  7. MSN Toolbar with Desktop Search Officially Launches

    Federal Computer Week May 15 2005 2:56PM GMT This is similar to the preview feature in Yahoo's desktop search application, but Microsoft's preview is painfully sluggish compared to Yahoo's, to the point of being virtually unusable on my computer.