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  1. 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. Google has since begun encrypting all of the data stored in its cloud services, while Twitter has begun to use "forward secrecy" measures...

  2. Google's Universal Privacy Policy Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

    The suit alleged violations of the Wiretap Act, California's Right of Publicity Statute, California's Unfair Competition Law, and others, including breach of contract and commercial misappropriation. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal's order.

  3. Google Reports Surge in Government Takedown Requests

    Another instance involved a UK local law enforcement agency's request to take down a YouTube video that falsely portrayed an official wearing a racist uniform. Local law enforcement also asked that another YouTube video be taken down because it...

  4. Make Content Marketing Work: 3 Tips to Activate Your Top Influencers

    Influence follows a “power law,” where a relatively small number of individuals drive the lion's share of social referrals. In order for your content to “go viral” you need to have one-to-one relationships with your super influencers, and at the...

  5. SEMPO Appeals to FTC for Updated Search Engine Disclosure Guidelines

    As we have publicly stated previously, the search function is not a government-run utility, established by law and thus subject to bureaucratic oversight, but a service provided to consumers and businesses by private companies, which have set up...

  6. Holiday Season Search Trends of Top U.S. Retail Brands

    On the other hand, Rite Aid bids on their own keyword of “rite aid” and those alike in addition to keywords such as “pharmacy law”. It seems as though these two are replicating the Internet tactics of one another in order to keep up with the...

  7. Search Marketing & the Fine Art of Nexting

    The only thing that surprised me were the police officers (in the left header and the body top right), because I thought that self-defense and home security folks might not trust or appreciate government-paid law enforcement personnel.

  8. Failure to Comply: Judge Orders Google to Reveal Paid Media Relationships

    While Google failed to comply with the order regarding the media and requested clarification instead, Oracle published its list of individuals and organizations that it had paid, naming blogger Florian Mueller and Stanford professor Paul Goldstein...