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  1. Google to Pay $8.5 Million to Settle Search Query Privacy Case

    Google agreed to pay $8.5 million to a handful of nonprofits in a federal U.S.class-action settlement that claimed the search engine violated user privacy, according to MediaPost. As part of the settlement, Google agreed to revise the FAQ section...

  2. Search News & Headlines Around the Web - April 11, 2011

    Google Ordered To Disclose 'Parked Domain' Metrics - MediaPost Here's a roundup of today's other search news and headlines from around the web, sorted by category. Search Industry News Google Products Lacked Key Government Certification, DOJ Says...

  3. Twitter DM Insecurity, SEO Tips, Latest on Google, Yahoo & Bing - Search Week in Review for Oct. 9, 2010

    Critics Strike At Google's New 'All-It-Can-Eat' Privacy Policy - MediaPost It's quite easy to use the Twitter API to access your personal information and obtain all the DMs inside your Twitter inbox. When you allow access to log-in to some website...

  4. News Picks: Starbucks Big On Facebook, EarlyBird & Disney, Facebook Ownership Lawsuit

    District Court in the Western District of New York, arguing that "It is clear even from the sparse filings in state court that [Ceglia] is not entitled to any preliminary injunctive relief in this case," Mediapost reported.

  5. Weekend News From Web Majors You Might Have Missed

    AOL has launched the beta version of its Open.MapQuest.co.uk platform incorporating crowdsourced content, MediaPost reported. Here's a shortcut to interesting news that you might have missed this weekend: Google App Inventor, Google China...

  6. EU Request To Retain User Data From Search Engines Sparks Widespread Anger

    More letters are about to go out as Privacy International will be writing to over 200 European organizations this week on the issue, according to Mediapost. Mediapost reckons that the Declaration calls for the retention of search data for up to two...