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  1. Google Fighting Freedom of Press in Spain, Getting Fined in France

    Though freedom-of-expression provisions of Spanish law protect newspapers, legal gazettes and other publishers from government censors, the Spanish data regulator contends the protections don't extend to Internet search engines like Google," the...

  2. Obama to Nominate Former IAC Executive as FCC Chairman

    Obama's at the Harvard Law School and most recently co-founded DC-based venture capital firm, LaunchBox Digital. President-elect Barack Obama is planning to nominate former IAC executive Julius Genachowski as FCC Chairman, according to the Wall...

  3. Yahoo Confirms Icahn Proxy Fight

    Bebchuk's recent writings include Pay without Performance: the Unfulfilled Promise of Executive Compensation (Harvard University Press, 2004, co-authored with Jesse Fried), "The Case for Increasing Shareholder Power" (Harvard Law Review, 2005...

  4. Search and the Law: Attorney Deborah Wilcox

    As part of a series looking at Internet and intellectual property law, we spoke with Deborah A. Some states, like Utah, have enacted this law, that buying a trademark that's someone's keyword, and selling the keyword, is unlawful in their state.

  5. Schmidt Talks To Advertisers, Mentions 300 Year Timeframe (again) Before Google Makes it "All" Searchable

    A "fair use" provision under the law allows for excerpts of copyrighted material to be used and Google will only display snippets of copyrighted text, he said. Schmidt said the same thing, sort of, back in June when he spoke to Delaney and Barnes...

  6. Searching for U.S. Legal News

    Long before the Web existed, ALM published legal news in newspapers and magazines like American Lawyer, National Law Journal, New York Law Journal and Legal Times. Law.com, on the other hand, produced by American Lawyer Media (ALM), publishes...