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  1. Feds Go All In Against Online Poker Sites, Seize Domains, Issue Warrants

    While online gambling has been illegal in the United States for five years under the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act) that prohibited online gambling sites to operate in the United States and financial institutions from...

  2. Google Fighting Freedom of Press in Spain, Getting Fined in France

    While the fines in France have their own implications of what Google has to do about policing uploads of video or photography or any form of proprietary media, it is the question of whether people can have historically reported information about...

  3. Impact of Legal U.S. Online Gambling on Search and the Web

    Congress passed H.R.the Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection, and Enforcement Act of 2009 Wednesday. Advocates of the bill note that legalized online gambling will bring in as much as $42 billion in tax revenues over the next 10 years...

  4. Extortion SEO Sanctioned by Google

    The Communications Decency Act, passed in 1996, attempted to restrict Internet porn -- and, at the same time, give Web sites special immunity. But the exemption for Internet publishers stands. But gambling advertising outside the U.S.was legal and...

  5. Does No One Get Twitter? Der Spiegel Added To Not List

    Email existed prior to the web as well and has always been the most used product on the internet. Google should be worried about the impact of Twitter on the future use of the internet and not think of it as a "poor man's email".

  6. As Goes Google So Goes The Economy?

    Basically stating "Investors searching Google's fourth-quarter earnings may see clues about the state of the Internet ad business, the economy and the future of the company itself. That ban on gambling ads to stand as a "No Evil" stalwart lasted...

  7. SearchDay | Maintaining Your Image in the SERPs

    JP Morgan Lowers Search Ad Growth Estimates Posted by Nathania Johnson Nov 3, 2008 JP Morgan Internet analyst Imran Khan is lowering projections for search ad spend for 2008 and 2009. Porn and Gambling: Canaries in the SEM Coal Mine?

  8. 2006: The Year Search Grew Up

    Congress bans Internet gambling It's a comprehensive list of everything from product launches, personnel moves (including those here at SEW), and the rise of Internet celebrities. Barry Schwartz first posted this over at SEL, but Chris Winfield of...

  9. New Players in Travel Search

    As an economics student in college in the mid-late 90s, the theory of transparency was extremely exciting to me because the internet promised to open everything up, empowering the consumer to make informed decisions.