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  1. Strategic solutions play into Credit Suisse's strengths

    It's a financing tool and the client protects itself against some of the risk on the performance of the fund," says Cegarra. Credit Suisse wins structured funds house award In the face of low interest rates and depressed volatility, Credit Suisse's...

  2. US bilateral margin rules: a hit parade of horrors

    If this is what they intended, the rationale would be that it better protects the large swap dealers, because they would collect more variation margin. US regime differs on currency, threshold, eligible collateral and non-financials

  3. Ripoff Report Launches Verified, a New Program to Shield Businesses From Negative Reviews

    RipoffReport, which is one of the most popular review sites for posting customer complaints, has recently launched a program called "Ripoff Report Verified," that acts like an insurance policy that protects you from negative reviews being posted.

  4. Google AdWords Remarketing Lists For Search Ads (RLSA): The Ultimate Guide

    This not only protects the privacy of those who make up your list, but also helps ensure that your ad will have a big enough audience to make some impact. Remarketing lists for search ads (RLSA) was in beta since July 2012 and is now open to all...

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

    While previous defamation cases against The Dirty ( and many similar websites have been dismissed due to the "Communications Decency Act(CDA)," which protects public forums from being liable for comments posted by its users, Jones...

  6. Another Loss for Viacom in Endless YouTube Copyright Legal Battle

    The court today reaffirmed an established judicial consensus that the DMCA protects web platforms like Youtube that work with rightsholders and take appropriate steps to remove user-generated content that rightsholders notify them is infringing.

  7. Google Pays $7 Million to Settle Street View Snooping Case

    This settlement addresses privacy issues and protects the rights of people whose information was collected without their permission. Google has reached a settlement which would end the firm's long-running data harvesting case in the U.S.

  8. Miami Heat Minority Owner Sues Google Over Unflattering Photo

    When people malign others, the law protects them. After Google rejected a May 2012 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown request over a photo of himself sticking his tongue out, a minority owner of the Miami Heat has sued the search...

  9. SOPA, PIPA On Hold, But a New Threat on Horizon

    The Committee remains committed to finding a solution to the problem of online piracy that protects American intellectual property and innovation. Late last week, announcements came down putting both PIPA and SOPA on hold.

  10. Google’s European Privacy & Antitrust Battles: An Update

    Google would face penalties only if they abused a dominant position by engaging in “conduct that protects or extends dominance by illegitimate means,” according to Almunia. The European Commission is still determining Google’s degree of dominance...

  11. Leveraging Facebook Ads for Obscure Charity Donations

    The transgender rights charity protects the rights of a group of people discriminated for who they are. Savvy marketers know when and how to leverage broad categories but should be keen to identify cases when to not rest on this functionality alone.

  12. Argentina Court: Google Must Censor Anti-Semitic Search Results, Suggestions

    Restricting freedom of speech and censorship is illegal in Argentina, but the country’s constitution also protects people from discrimination. Google must stop suggesting searches that lead users to anti-Semitic websites and scrub its search...