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

    In one example in that suit, filed by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, users were led to believe by virtue of the ad title that they would be taken to the Honda.com.au website, when in fact the ad was for another website called...

  2. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    To provide panoramic pictures of the Australian outback, Google has announced Google Street Roo. We’re all holding our breath to find out whether any kangaroos will file privacy complaints with the Australian government.

  3. Facebook’s Cookiegate: Controversial Tracking Cookie is Back

    The same Australian who blew the whistle on Facebook tracking logged out users last week discovered yesterday that although Facebook had “fixed” the problem, the tracking cookie has been re-enabled. This does just sound like the framework for the...

  4. Nellie Melba Gets Google's Stamp of Approval With 150th Birthday Logo

    Google is celebrating the 150th birthday of Australian opera singer Dame Nellie Melba with a special logo on Google Australia today. Melba is also being celebrated in Australia with a special 60-cent stamp based on a portrait by Australian artist...

  5. Feds Go All In Against Online Poker Sites, Seize Domains, Issue Warrants

    An Australian newspaper reported that the information for the arrests could have come from a credit card processor who had been arrested last year and was cooperating with the government to reduce his own sentence.

  6. April Fools: The Top 5 Viral Pictures of YouTube 1911

    According to Wikipedia, the first feature film ever made was "The Story of the Kelly Gang," an Australian film based on the infamous Ned Kelly. Check out some of the most popular videos of the time and be sure to try out our new upload mode which...

  7. The Revenue Stream: or, "You gonna pay for that porn, boy?"

    But the Lab couldn't risk potential legal action, and rumors began that the Australian government was planning to ban virtual worlds like Second Life outright on a country wide basis. In addition, a new land maturity rating was to be implemented...

  8. News Picks: More Instant Fallout, GoDaddy.com for Sale, Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn All See Growth

    A young Australian tech geek, named Long Zheng, tweaked Microsoft's Bing search engine to do the same basic functions of Google Instant back in August 2009. Helping You Explore New and Engaging Content - Yahoo Search Blog