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  1. Renewed Calls for Privacy Law Following Facebook FTC Settlement

    Facebook shared user IDs with advertisers, allowing them to tie Facebook data to information gleaned about users on other sites, according to the Federal Trade Commission, which unveiled a privacy settlement with the company yesterday.

  2. Google Buzz Settles Privacy Case With FTC As Plus1 Launches

    Federal Trade Commission--unsurprisingly wanted more detail about what went wrong and how we could prevent it from happening again. Google "will have to "obtain express affirmative consent" from users before sharing with any third parties.

  3. Google vs. the World: A Week of Conflicts, Disputes, and Lawsuits

    In its appeal, Rosetta Stone argues that the Virginia federal district court that found in Google's favor got it wrong on numerous counts. Several companies may file briefs supporting Rosetta, including including Viacom (which is also gearing up to...

  4. Search and the Law: Attorney Clarke Douglas Walton

    Today, Walton operates several successful Web sites of his own including My Trademark Registration, an online service dedicated to helping business owners with the federal trademark registration process.

  5. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 1)

    Sites that qualify as OSPs in the eyes of the federal government include: The DMCA is fully enforceable by law, with civil suits able to be filed in federal court for both compensatory and punitive damages.

  6. MSN Toolbar with Desktop Search Officially Launches

    Federal Computer Week May 15 2005 2:56PM GMT MSN Desktop Search requires Microsoft Outlook 2000 or later or Microsoft Outlook Express 6.0 or later to index and search email Microsoft has significantly beefed up the degree of control you have over...