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  1. Google News Snippets, YouTube Embedded Videos Face Legal Challenges in Germany

    The law had been greatly revamped from the initial proposed law, which would have allowed publishers to charge licensing fees to search engines for the right to publish short snippets from their sites, such as the short snippets that appear in...

  2. Social Media ROI: 14 Formulas to Measure Social Media Benefits

    Consider consultants, contractors, IT developers/support, designers, copywriters, legal reviews, paid spokesperson fees, etc. Tier paid spokesman fees by respective social influencer levels. Consider tablets for live blogging events, smartphones...

  3. Google Not Responsible for Policing YouTube Content: French Court

    Instead of the €141 million judgment they sought, TF1 was ordered to pay $800,000 towards Google’s legal fees. As they continue to toe the line between search engine and publisher/content curator with the launch of Knowledge Graph features, Google...

  4. Google Forfeiture: Government Splits $500 Million

    Under Australian law, no monetary penalty was allowed, though Google did have to pay the plaintiff’s legal fees. Select Rhode Island law enforcement agencies are about to beef up their training, equipment and investigative budgets.

  5. Security and Responsibility on the Virtual Frontier

    Few people are losing (or making) enough money to make the legal fees involved in the pursuit of a civil case worth it, or the time it would take. What, if any legal repercussions would there be? While it's easy to say "everyone who visits an adult...

  6. Court Denies Yahoo Request To Move Trademark Case

    But Google settled and no precedent has established.Each side agreed to pay its own legal fees, and American recovered nothing from Google, according to an order signed by Judge John McBryde," USAToday reported.

  7. Search a Bright Spot for Yahoo, too

    During the quarter, Yahoo incurred $108 million in restructuring costs, a $488 million write-down of its international business, and $7 million in legal and advisory fees related to the proposed Microsoft and Google deals.

  8. YouTube, Now with Click-to-Buy

    Memo to Viacom: Instead of suing Google and YouTube, which is costing you undoubtedly large sums of money in legal fees, you might try advertising on the wildly popular online video network instead. YouTube has begun placing click-to-buy links...

  9. Scott Richter Is the $6 Million Man of MySpace

    Spam King" Scott Richter must pay $6 million in legal fees and damages to MySpace for spamming subscribers in August 2006. Call Scott Richter the $6 Million Man of MySpace. For the self-proclaimed "Spam King," lawsuit losses are becoming just...

  10. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 2)

    If you're really going to have the power of getting cash out of your copyright, you're going to need to be eligible for statutory damages and attorney's fees. If you're wrong and are sued, you will at the very least be responsible for attorney's fees.

  11. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 1)

    While registration of a copyright is not a requirement for legal protection of a work, it is highly recommended should one find themselves in the position of attempting to collect damages from the infringer, not to mention court costs and attorney...