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

    A lawsuit against Google over their universal privacy policy has been dismissed by a California judge. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal's order. The suit alleged violations of the Wiretap Act, California's Right of Publicity Statute, California's...

  2. Yelp Sues Law Firm Over Supposedly Writing Fake Reviews

    According to the McMillan Law Group website, the judge "likened them to the Mafia extorting protection money from small businesses. McMillan won, but Yelp appealed the case and the judge said it should go to arbitration.

  3. Facebook Settles Privacy Lawsuit, Buys Facial Recognition Company Face.com

    The proposed class-action lawsuit accused Facebook of violating California law by featuring user “Likes” as Sponsored Stories without compensation or an opt-out option. District Judge Lucy Koh said the plaintiffs had shown economic injury could...

  4. Google’s Rosetta Stone AdWords Woes Continue as Case Reopened

    Recently, we’ve seen Google lose an AdWords case on appeal in Australia, where the judge ruled that Google had “engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct in four cases. However, Chief Judge William Traxler wrote for the three-judge appeals court...

  5. Blind Person Suing Target For No Alt Tags

    What started as a student suing target.com this time last year, has now grown into a class action lawsuit that just received certification from a federal court judge in California, Reuters reported. Judge Marilyn Patel of the U.S.

  6. In the Case of Google's Dr. Kai-Fu Lee: California Judge Sides (For Now) with Microsoft

    The Associated Press, Reuters, and other sources report from that a California judge has sided with Microsoft and issued a, "tentative court ruling that would limit the search engine company's legal options for at least another three months...

  7. Court Says Yahoo Speech Engineers Can Continue Working

    A California judge has not issued a restraining order and 12 speech software engineers at Yahoo will be able to continue their work for the time being. The other day I blogged about Nuance, a speech tech company, filing a lawsuit against Yahoo...