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

    Extortion specifically refers to the practice of obtaining something through force or threats, although there is a much more specific legal definition. Well, according to the U.S.th Circuit Court of Appeals, Yelp has the legal right to do exactly...

  2. Google Challenges U.S. National Security Letter in Court

    On March 29, Google filed a petition to set aside a legal process. Kevan Fornasero, a lawyer for Google said in the filing that petitions "filed under Section 3511 of Title 18 to set aside legal process issued under Section 2709 of Title 18 must be...

  3. Search Engine Reputation Management Services

    Sites like chillingeffects.org can often help you to take the right legal steps to get this done. I was, however, able to reconstruct which competitor was behind this unethical practice, and after some apologies they removed the links they had bought.

  4. Did $2 Billion in Google Tax Money Disappear in Bermuda Triangle?

    Right now, this kind of tax dodging is perfectly legal, but it's not fair and it's time to put an end to it. The legal techniques are used to reduce corporate tax burden through a number of corporate loopholes found in both Ireland and the...

  5. Miami Heat Minority Owner Sues Google Over Unflattering Photo

    However, Katz and his legal team claim that because the photo was taken in Israel, it is protected under 17 U.S.C.b)(2) through International Treaties. Sidenote: how did a blogger whose legal address is in Florida secure a .ca (Canadian) Blogger...

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

    Five consumers gave testimony that they had been directed to counterfeit software after searching for Rosetta Stone products as a result of Google’s AdWords practice of allowing competitors to bid on and win placement for terms trademarked by others.

  7. Facebook Warns: Don't Share Passwords With Employers

    This practice undermines the privacy expectations and the security of both the user and the user’s friends," wrote Facebook chief privacy officer Erin Egan. It also potentially exposes the employer who seeks this access to unanticipated legal...

  8. Your Facebook Data File: Everything You Never Wanted Anyone to Know

    A few weeks ago, Australian hacker exposed Facebook’s practice of tracking logged out users and they quickly “fixed” the problem (after trying to defend it, initially). Schrems described the file obtained through a legal request as a 500MB PDF...