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  1. Google's Universal Privacy Policy Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

    He also found that plaintiffs failed to explain how their name, voice, signature, photograph or likeness was used by Google without their consent. A lawsuit against Google over their universal privacy policy has been dismissed by a California judge.

  2. Rosalind Franklin and Photo 51 Honored in Google Doodle

    Her knowledge of chemistry and X-ray diffraction led to her photograph. On what would have been her 93rd birthday, today's Google Doodle honors Rosalind Franklin. Franklin took an X-ray diffraction image of the DNA molecule in 1952.

  3. The Dirty Lawsuit Could be First of its Kind in Reputation Management

    Richie recently posted a photograph of Jones' proffer, admitting her guilt to sexual exploitation of teenage Cody York on July 8, 2013. A new retrial of Sarah Jones vs. Dirty World Entertainment Recordings, LLC is of particular interest to the...

  4. Louis Daguerre, Photography Inventor, Gets Google Doodle

    The picture above - Boulevard du Temple - is thought to be the first photograph of a person. The sepia-toned Google Doodle today honors the birthday of French inventor Louis Daguerre whose daguerreotype was the first successful form of modern...

  5. Google Inside Search Event Recap: What's New in Mobile, Voice & Image Search

    Google will then seek to match the photograph’s identifying features against other websites to figure out what it is. In addition to debuting new technology, Google also announced that some mobile features are coming to the desktop, including voice...

  6. Tis the Season to be Shopping: How Virtual Goods Are Impacting Holiday Shopping Culture

    Previously, you would get a photograph of an awesome dinner. It's the holiday season once again, and many people around the world are in the throes of a culturally mandated gift giving frenzy. Stuff! Things!

  7. Privacy Roundup: Google Street View, French Law, and Congressional Hearings

    Google sends its cars out to photograph countries. Privacy concerns are ever-present, but the past week has generated significant buzz on the matter. First up, Google has been asked by a the European Article 29 Working Party to keep "unblurred...