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  1. Court Rules Yelp May Demand Money for Adding and Removing Reviews

    This important law outlines how websites are supposed to handle content in light of the growing free market that the Internet represents. It's also significant that Yelp won this lawsuit, according to Minc, because it is now case law and can be...

  2. The NSA Has a Hush-Hush Google-Like Search Engine

    The highest priority of the Intelligence Community is to work within the constraints of law to collect, analyze, and understand information related to potential threats to our national security," the NSA says.

  3. Google Begins Removing Search Results to Comply With 'Right to be Forgotten'

    A Search of Gonzalez's name now shows text at the bottom of the page, which reads, "Some results may have been removed under data-protection law in Europe. Bloomberg noted that the internet search engine has removed a link to a Spanish newspaper...

  4. Google Faces New Mobile Search Monopoly Antitrust Lawsuit

    Consumer rights law firm Hagens Berman filed the lawsuit May 1 on behalf of two Android smartphone users who alleged that Google "illegally monopolized" the internet and mobile search market in the US.

  5. 'Let Me Google That For You' Bill Introduced to U.S. Senate

    Should the "Let Me Google That For You" bill become law, it will ensure that the NTIS becomes a historical footnote. The bill, sponsored by Senators Tom Coburn and Claire McCaskill, has the purpose "To streamline the collection and distribution of...

  6. Google, Facebook, Microsoft & Others Join Forces to Fight NSA Spying

    Currently, requests made under the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) cannot be published by law. Governments should limit surveillance to specific, known users for lawful purposes, and should not undertake bulk data collection of...

  7. Google Still Taking a Beating Over Max Mosley S&M Party Search Results

    Google said in a French court this week that it had removed hundreds of pages for Mosley and stands ready to remove others he identifies, but that the law does not support his demand for the creation of "an unprecedented new Internet censorship...

  8. Google to Pay $8.5 Million to Settle Search Query Privacy Case

    MediaPost reported the recipients of the $8.5 million settlement would include the World Privacy Forum; Chicago-Kent's Center for Information, Society, and Policy; Harvard Law's Berkman Center for Internet and Society; and Stanford Law's Center...

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

    How the CDA Law has protected The Dirty Before At least one lawsuit has been rejected due to the CDA Law. Why the CDA Law Didn't Apply to The Dirty This Time The Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996 was the first effort to regulate porn and...