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  1. Facebook Settles Privacy Lawsuit, Buys Facial Recognition Company

    This transaction simply brings a world-class team and a longtime technology vendor in house," a Facebook spokeswoman told the San Jose Mercury News. Facebook has been ordered to pay $10 million to charity to settle a lawsuit over Sponsored Stories.

  2. Google Blames FCC for Street View Investigation Delays

    Although Google appears to be clear of the Street View mess, the Federal Trade Commission is expected to fine Google for bypassing Safari’s privacy settings, possibly by mid-May, the San Jose Mercury News reported.

  3. Search News & Headlines Around the Web - April 11, 2011

    Google donates $12M to museums - San Jose Mercury News Here's a roundup of today's other search news and headlines from around the web, sorted by category. Search Industry News News Corp. Google seen reporting sharp profit gain - MarketWatch

  4. Google Senior VP Rosenberg Stepping Down After '9 Short Years'

    We're obviously going through a transition here," Rosenberg told the San Jose Mercury News. The news came out last night at the end of Larry Page's first day back as CEO. Unable to make a long-term, multi-year commitment to Google, Jonathan...

  5. Want to Work at Google? Company Plans to Hire More than 6,000

    At least 2,000 of the hires will be based around Google's main headquarters in Mountain View, at San Bruno-based YouTube and in its San Francisco offices, the San Jose Mercury News reported. Fresh off record earnings of $8.44 billion and the...