SEO News

Pay You Go Class Action Lawsuit

RSS
  1. Yelp Lawsuit Seeks Wages for Yelpers

    The lawsuit, which is requesting a Class Action status, has been brought forward by four plaintiffs: Dr. Interestingly enough, they are being represented by a law firm called "The Yelp Class-Action Law Firm," with lead attorney Randy Rosenblatt.

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

    Google released encrypted search in beta back in May 2010, prior to this class-action lawsuit, and launched it across all searches for signed-in users in 2011. Google agreed to pay $8.5 million to a handful of nonprofits in a federal U.S.class...

  3. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    This case could potentially become a class action lawsuit. Google Loses Round In Lawsuit About AdWords Pricing – MediaPostGoogle didn't give Arkansas lawyer and AdWords advertiser Rick Woods of Arkansas "smart pricing" discount in six instances and...

  4. Facebook Settles Privacy Lawsuit, Buys Facial Recognition Company Face.com

    The proposed class-action lawsuit accused Facebook of violating California law by featuring user “Likes” as Sponsored Stories without compensation or an opt-out option. This transaction simply brings a world-class team and a longtime technology...

  5. Search Week in Review for Oct. 30, 2010

    Class Action Suit Targets Google for Revealing Users Search Queries By Danny Goodwin The class action seeks "monetary relief for those whose search queries were wrongly shared, and injunctive relief to prevent continued privacy abuses.

  6. Online Travel Industry Having Tax Problems

    On Tuesday, a federal judge granted San Antonio's motion for class-action certification in its lawsuit against 16 companies including Hotels.com, Expedia.com, Priceline.com and Orbitz. The city uses the money to promote tourism and to pay off debt...

  7. It's Time to See What's In the PPC Sausage

    Google Agrees To $90 Million Settlement In Class Action Lawsuit Over Click Fraud, Search Engine Watch Rohrs modified his version of the quote to fit what he sees as the messiness of the current PPC ad situation: "Advertisers who enjoy leads from...