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  1. 5 Fast Facts about the EU's Privacy Ruling on Google

    The European Court of Justice is equivalent to the United States Supreme Court. On May 13, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the highest court in Europe, ruled against Google in a landmark privacy case, asserting that EU citizens have a "right...

  2. Winklevoss Twins Row Away From Facebook Suit

    The Winklevosses and their partner Divya Narendra dropped their legal dispute against Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg, deciding not to continue their Supreme Court action for more than the $65 million plus already awarded to them.

  3. Extortion SEO Sanctioned by Google

    Ironically, the Supreme Court struck down the porn part of the law soon after it was passed. Supreme Court has shown zero interest in entertaining a challenge to it, Goldman says, much less overturning it.

  4. Global SEO Makes Bloomberg News Headline

    Supreme Court with pasties. Nor was it "Houston Topless Clubs May Turn to Pasties After Losing 10-Year Legal Fight" detailing Eric Langan's plans to respond to the U.S. Sure there are lots of global news stories in Bloomberg News today.

  5. Trademark Law - What Search Marketers Should Know, Part 1

    The way we will see a resolution is that a case could get to the Supreme Court, which would take years," says Goldman. Since search became monetized, trademarks have been a front-and-center issue for legal debate.

  6. Search and the Law: Attorney Deborah Wilcox

    But in the same respect, there are very few clear, legal decisions on some of these boundaries, because the technology keeps changing so fast, and it takes years for these court cases to wind their ways through the system to get to opinions that...

  7. Bush Administration Demands Search Data; Google Says No; AOL, MSN & Yahoo Said Yes

    Free porn, Google, spam, Internet censorship, and the Supreme Court post, which highlights something Gary and I have written about for ages. Olson prepares for an appearance before the Supreme Court by acting out his argument before a pretend...

  8. Supremes: Institutions Can Block Legal E-Mail

    Direct reports on a Supreme Court decision holding that the University of Texas acted within its rights in blocking e-mails from, even though addresses were obtained legally and complied with all anti-spam laws.