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  1. Google Commissioned Report Aims to Protect Search Engine Free Speech Rights

    They’ve had to argue the integrity of their algorithm while protecting their right to do with it as they please for years, more notably in the SearchKing and Kinderstart cases. Search engines index all content they can find through crawling the web...

  2. Daily SearchCast, July 14, 2006: Judge Decides Google Can Rank Pages As It Pleases; Google Lets You Just Say No To ODP Descriptions; Microsoft An Enterprise Search Player? & More!

    KinderStart Becomes KinderStopped In Ranking Lawsuit Against Google Today's search podcast covers KinderStart's loss in a lawsuit over search rankings; Google allowing webmasters to prevent Open Directory descriptions from being used for their...

  3. KinderStart Becomes KinderStopped In Ranking Lawsuit Against Google

    KinderStart, a directory and search engine for information related to children, sued Google in March after it fell to a "zero" ranking in the Google index. Kinderstart has lost its case over lost rankings on Google, though the company will be...

  4. Daily SearchCast, July 5, 2006: Google's Ranking Criteria Categories Exposed?; Lawsuit Over Rankings Might Go Ahead; Google's Not-So-Killer Products; Windows Live Local Click-To-Call & More!

    The judge gave's lawyers until September 29th to make revisions to the complaint. Football Team What Google is trying to do is take out the competition,"'s lawyer said.

  5. Daily SearchCast, June 6, 2006: Yahoo MyWeb Gets New Look, More Features; Google Spreadsheets Want Your Tabular Data; The ODP Rigs The Alaskan Governor Election On Google; Baidu's Kickin' Commercial

    Stops New Ranking Lawuit With Anti-SLAPP Threat; Previous KinderStart Suit Today's search podcast covers Yahoo's revamped MyWeb bookmarking service; Google's shot across the Microsoft Excel bow with Google Spreadsheets; Google faces another book...

  6. Google Sued Over Site Penalty By

    Reuters reports that is suing Google over "downgrading its search-result ranking without reason or warning. There are a total of seven counts to the suit (download PDF); Violation of the right to free speech under the U.S.