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  1. Twitter Archive: Datasift Selling 2 Years of Searchable Tweets

    Library of Congress, but the tweets can only be accessed after a six-month delay and for non-commercial research purposes. The past two years of Twitter data has been archived and is now available for firms wanting to analyse tweets to identify...

  2. Google Adds Republican Lobbyist

    Among Google's lobbying targets in the fourth quarter: Congress; President's office; Federal Trade Commission; Commerce Department; National Telecommunications National Institute of Standards Federal Communications Commission; Library of...

  3. Homeland Security Wants Internet Kill Switch

    The legislation had passed her committee last year but with the new year and new Congress needs to be resubmitted. Opponents such as the ACLU, the EFF, and the American Library Association believe such a legislation would erode citizens basic rights.

  4. SearchDay | Bribing People To Send You Emails

    Obama Aide: Broadband Portion of Stimulus Package for Timely Needs, Not Overall Goals Posted by Nathania Johnson Jan 15, 2009 An aide of President-elect Barack Obama is clarifying what can be expected from the broadband portion of the stimulus...

  5. Duplicate Content -- A True Story

    You should register your copy with the Library of Congress. Library of Congress Copyright Office 101 Independence Avenue, S.E. One of our clients recently began receiving nasty e-mails from people around the world accusing them of spamming.

  6. Full Text Reports from the Congressional Research Service on Internet Privacy, Net Technology, and Protecting Children from "Unsuitable Material"

    Federal legislation (and related issues) dealing with Internet privacy, Internet technology, and the protection of children from "unsuitable material on the web," here are a few research reports from the non-partisan and highly respected...

  7. New Congressional Research Report Looks at Google Book Search, Online Indexing and Fair Use

    CRS is located here in DC at The Library of Congress. Many of their reports are difficult to access (that's another story) but thanks to various organizations like the Open CRS Project, the Federation of American Scientists, and National Library...