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  1. Google Faces New Mobile Search Monopoly Antitrust Lawsuit

    District Court for the Northern District of California, these agreements were hidden and marked to be viewed only by attorneys, and it alleged that Google is in violation of a variety of federal and state antitrust laws, including the Sherman Act...

  2. Twitter is Blocked in Turkey, Google’s Public DNS Helps Users Regain Access

    And a Turkish government webpage confirmed the block, citing court orders. The statement cited four court orders as the basis for blocking the site, where some users in recent weeks have posted voice recordings and documents purportedly showing...

  3. Google '(Not Provided)' Keywords: 10 Ways to Get Organic Search Data

    Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court for greater transparency. It also means that there is a high bounce rate for a page, aside from doing some landing page optimization, you can't make any adjustments since you not know precisely what the user...

  4. Google Boldly Rejects UK Privacy Laws in Safari Snooping Case

    Google has told the UK High Court that it isn't subject to UK privacy laws because it is a U.S.company. Google is in court because it danced around security settings on the Apple iPhone and collected some users' personal information through Safari.

  5. Google Reports Surge in Government Takedown Requests

    In this particular time period, we received court orders in several countries to remove blog posts criticising government officials or their associates. Brazil and the U.S.led the world for total requests for takedowns through a court order.

  6. Google Not Responsible for Content of Paid Search Ads, Australian Court Rules

    Australia’s High Court ruled that Google didn’t engage in misleading or deceptive conduct because Google didn’t create the ads. The Australian High Court’s ruling overturns a Federal Court ruling from last April, which found Google guilty of...

  7. Facebook Privacy Lawsuit Seeks $15 Billion

    The lawsuit, filed in the Northern California District Court, alleged that the company knowingly infringed on user privacy when it used browser cookies to track activity. Facebook said the claims were without merit and the social network would be...

  8. Google Reveals Argentina, South Korea Investigations

    Google was forced by an Argentinian court last year to censor anti-Semitic search results and suggestions. In the U.S.the Federal Trade Commission has brought on an outside high-profile legal counsel to run its antitrust investigation that aims to...