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  1. 'Let Me Google That For You' Bill Introduced to U.S. Senate

    During the two readings of the bill, the Senate concluded that, "No federal agency should use taxpayer dollars to purchase a report from the National Technical Information Service that is available through the Internet for free.

  2. Twitter Adds Alerts to Help Users During Emergencies, Disasters

    Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Twitter partner manager for government and politics Bridget Coyne said that a number of organizations have lined up to be part of the Twitter Alerts system, and that these include the U.S.

  3. FTC Giving Native Advertising a Closer Look

    The Federal Trade Commission will host a workshop on December 4, 2013 in Washington, DC to examine the practice of blending advertisements with news, entertainment, and other content in digital media, referred to as "native advertising" or...

  4. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    But it’s not only the Federal Government; there were six NSTIC pilot programs approved all in a variety of verticals including ecommerce, health, education, even the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.

  5. Government SEO is Broken

    The federal government, under the leadership of President Obama and Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel, has launched a wide-ranging rethinking and consolidation of federal websites, domains, and databases.

  6. SEMPO Appeals to FTC for Updated Search Engine Disclosure Guidelines

    Federal Trade Commission Their current letter to FTC Chair Jon Leibowitz reiterates their position from last November: “Search is not a government-run utility, established by law and thus subject to bureaucratic oversight.

  7. Google NSA Relationship Secrecy Continues Despite Courts Efforts

    The Federal Appeals Court has upheld the National Security Agency's decision not to release information confirming or denying if they have a relationship with Google. NSA refused to confirm or deny a relationship between the two, arguing that this...

  8. Google Blames FCC for Street View Investigation Delays

    Google today filed a 17-page response to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), accusing the government agency of causing delays that slowed down the Street View Wi-Fi data grab investigation and resulted in Google paying a $25,000 fine.

  9. Congressman, EPIC Push for Larger Google Street View Investigation

    Not content with Google's $25,000 fine for obstructing a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) investigation into the allegations, a U.S. The investigation conducted was inadequate and did not address the applicability of federal wiretap law to...

  10. Google Forfeiture: Government Splits $500 Million

    Each of the four federal agencies contributed to the investigation. Under the program allowing the distribution of forfeited funds among law enforcement agencies who participate in federal investigations, they will not be allowed to use the...