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  1. Google, Top Ad Networks Team With White House to Fight Piracy, Counterfeiting

    An appropriate notice-and-takedown system - that requires rights holders to identify specific instances of infringement and online services to respond promptly and appropriately to such notices - can address infringement while still respecting...

  2. The Dirty Lawsuit Could be First of its Kind in Reputation Management

    Some of the judges on the federal panel argued that such legislation inhibits freedom of speech, and had blocked some parts of the original draft. Dirty World Entertainment Recordings, LLC is of particular interest to the reputation management...

  3. Miami Heat Minority Owner Sues Google Over Unflattering Photo

    Investigative journalism, thanks to recent technological advances, may take the form of an individual - the blogger - publishing content on their own channel - the blog - and yet still finding protection under freedom of speech and fair use laws.

  4. Google Not Responsible for Policing YouTube Content: French Court

    Google recently commissioned a top first amendment rights academic to make their case that they are a media outlet, much like the New York Times, and are therefore protected by freedom of speech law. Google has no obligation to “police (YouTube...

  5. SOPA, PIPA On Hold, But a New Threat on Horizon

    The Next Threat to Online Privacy and Freedom - Data Retention To voice your opposition against H.R.the Data Retention bill, visit the Electronic Freedom Foundation’s Don’t Let Congress Order Internet Companies to Spy on You page.

  6. Indian Government Pressure Facebook, Google, Twitter to Censor Content

    Twitter declined to comment on the situation, but reiterated its strong support for freedom of speech and said that it disagrees with censoring content on the site. Facebook, Google, Twitter and other web firms are facing pressure from the Indian...

  7. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    Real ID systems should be of concern to anyone who believes in the Bill of Rights and our freedom of speech and to not incriminate ourselves – to live a life that isn’t monitored by entities, “private” or not.

  8. Argentina Court: Google Must Censor Anti-Semitic Search Results, Suggestions

    Restricting freedom of speech and censorship is illegal in Argentina, but the country’s constitution also protects people from discrimination. It's dangerous to try to shut down speech, because you don't get that kind of robust public debate about...