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  1. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    One of my biggest concerns under SOPA is that it would create a private cause of action for anyone who might feel that their copyright has been infringed, and allow them to contact advertisers and payment processors for the site they claim is...

  2. Top Level Trends of SEM Worldwide in 2010 and 2011

    This was underscored in a recent study done by Forrester that revealed Germans are quite focused on privacy and local payment options when shopping online. In the U.S.market there aren't many major changes brewing for 2011, though there might be...

  3. Google vs. the World: A Week of Conflicts, Disputes, and Lawsuits

    Rishi Chandra, Google TV's lead product manager, said broadcasters seeking payment for allowing their online videos to be viewed on Google TV are misunderstand their product. Plus, as we noted earlier today, Google is in a dispute with Facebook...

  4. Google Guilty of Defamation; Google/Apple Extend Search Deal & Latest Search News

    The Google Chrome Web Store has set up payment via checkout. During the 20 minute interview, Schmidt says that Bing is Google's competitor ("well run, highly competitive search engine"), not Facebook ("too early to tell") or Apple ("also a partner").

  5. SearchDay: What Can TV Learn from Search?

    BRAND EQUITY While it's anyone's guess what will be rolled out at the f8 Facebook Developers Conference on July 23, the buzz is predicting an announcement of e-commerce and micro-payment capabilities.

  6. SearchDay: Link Building via Word-of-Mouth

    BRAND EQUITY While it's anyone's guess what will be rolled out at the f8 Facebook Developers Conference on July 23, the buzz is predicting an announcement of e-commerce and micro-payment capabilities.

  7. Has Facebook Found the Key to Making Money via Search?

    The speculation and buzz is an announcement of e-commerce and micro-payment capabilities. While it's anyone's guess what will be rolled out at the f8 Facebook Developers Conference on July 23, odds are it will probably be something big.