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  1. Daily SearchCast, June 2, 2006: NoFollow Changes Linking, Reputation Management, DOJ Wants Records, Microsoft's Planned Investment and much & More!

    Today's search podcast covers how the "psychology of linking" has changed, handling bad behavior with reputation management and the DOJ wanting to prosecute so Internet companies need to store those records!

  2. Daily SearchCast, March 9, 2006: Google To Settle Click Fraud Case For $90 Million; Google AdSense Gains Demographic Targeting; Look Who's Organizing In Orkut & More!

    Google Filings Against DOJ Request -- Including Declaration From Matt Cutts Below are links with more information about the stories that were discussed. Today's search podcast covers Google agreeing to setting a class action case over click fraud...

  3. How The US Department of Justice May Analyze Search Data & Freedom Of Information Act Request For Disclosure

    It would have involved billions of queries -- overkill to say the least for what the DOJ intends. I'd like to better understand exactly how the testing will happen, something the DOJ should be able to comment upon irregardless to the current...

  4. Court Documents & Summary Of United States Versus Google Over Search Data

    This time it's from DOJ's McElvain to Google's Ramani. Again, after lengthy negotiations the government the government changed their request and asked for an electronic file "containing the text of any search string entered into Google's search...

  5. Bush Administration Demands Search Data; Google Says No; AOL, MSN & Yahoo Said Yes

    That said, as you may have heard from the DOJ they did contact us in this case. DOJ. We gave the DOJ a generic list of aggregate and anonymous search terms. That's easy enough, since as I noted above, the government didn't request any personal...