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  1. 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 Google is in court because it danced around security settings on the Apple iPhone and collected some users' personal information through Safari.

  2. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Google Video trial to continue to Italian supreme court – PCWorldProsecutor claims three Google execs should be held accountable for a posted video that showed a handicapped student being bullied. Google gets consumer service ultimatum from German...

  3. Clara Schumann Google Doodle Celebrates German Pianist & Composer

    She published several more pieces before her 1840 marriage to Robert Schumann, which was so contested by her father than he took them to court in an unsuccessful attempt to stop the union. Their first meeting took place when she performed in the...

  4. March (Link) Madness: Breaking Free of Link-sanity

    And even if your next effort isn’t a decisive victory, if you play as a team, use your strengths and take your shots where you can, you can walk off the court with your head held high. People aren't touched by template emails asking for a link to a...

  5. Last Ditch Efforts to Halt New Google Privacy Policy

    A federal court dismissed a lawsuit the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) brought against the U.S. District Judge Amy Jackson didn’t agree, and basically told EPIC it isn’t the court’s job to tell agencies like the FTC how to do their job.

  6. Google to Protest SOPA on Home Page Tomorrow

    Two bills currently making their way through congress -- SOPA and PIPA -- give the US government and copyright holders extraordinary powers including the ability to hijack DNS and censor search results (and this is even without so much as a proper...

  7. Search History Helps Convict Husband Of Wife's Murder

    The court found his searches were the unreasonable ones. His "home computer revealed Internet searches for botulism, poisoning, pipe bombs and mercury fulminate. A Wisconsin man was convicted of his wife's murder with evidence that included his...