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  1. Search and the Law: Attorney Deborah Wilcox

    It was Ralph Nader's commission which had written a letter to the FTC, complaining about how search engines were not properly identifying sponsored links as such, and that people didn't understand that they were advertisements.

  2. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    A group backed by consumer advocate Ralph Nader believes so, and it's asking the US Federal Trade Commission to take action against seven major search companies. As search engines have grown as an industry, a number of lawsuits and legal issues...

  3. Lawsuit Over Paid Placements To Define Search Engines

    Indeed, such a scenario is one reason why Public Citizen, a Ralph Nader-backed consumer advocacy group, is considering whether there is a role for it to play in the case, to ensure that the interests of consumers and other members of the public...

  4. The Search Engine Update, August 2, 2001, Number 106

    A group backed by consumer advocate Ralph Nader believes so, and it's asking the US Federal Trade Commission to take action against seven major search companies. =================== About The Update The Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly...

  5. Consumer Group Asks FTC To Investigate Search Ads

    A group backed by consumer advocate Ralph Nader believes so, and it's asking the US Federal Trade Commission to take action against seven major search companies. Is it deceptive advertising to include paid listings in your search results and not...

  6. The Search Engine Update, July 17, 2001, Number 105

    A group backed by consumer advocate Ralph Nader believes so, and it's asking the US Federal Trade Commission to take action against seven major search companies. =================== About The Update The Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly...

  7. 2001 Search Engine Report Articles

    A group backed by consumer advocate Ralph Nader believes so, and it's asking the US Federal Trade Commission to take action against seven major search companies. In The January 2001 Issue Paid Submission WebCrawler Remains Excite@Home's Magellan...