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  1. Google Wins Book Lawsuit: Judge Rules Digitization Service 'Fair Use'

    This has been a long road and we are absolutely delighted with today's judgment," the firm said in a statement to Reuters. Google has emerged victorious in its eight-year battle for its Books service, with a judge ruling that Google's use of...

  2. Google Palestine: Is Google Taking Sides?

    Reuters highlights other Google products entangled in the political controversy: Google has placed itself smack dab in the middle of a geopolitical conflict in its move to change the name of Google.ps from "Palestinian Territories" to "Palestine.

  3. Woman Comes Up Limp Yet Again in Google Search Suggestion Fight

    As Reuters reported: Beverly Stayart has come up limp in her bid to hold search engines accountable for a search suggestion that links her to erectile dysfunction drug Levitra. The middle-aged Wisconsin woman is now 0-4 in attempts to prove her...

  4. Google Submits Response to EC Antitrust Regulators

    Google has submitted a response to the European Commission (EC) over its anti-competitive business concerns, Reuters reported. Competition Commissioner Joaquín Almunia confirmed that Google submitted the documents Thursday evening, just in time for...

  5. SEMPO Appeals to FTC for Updated Search Engine Disclosure Guidelines

    Citing “three people familiar with the matter,” Reuters reported Saturday that four of the five FTC commissioners are convinced Google “illegally used its dominance of the search market to hurt its rivals.

  6. AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

    This means that AOL will be joining some of the biggest names in media including Hearst, Lionsgate, Reuters, Slate, and Pitchfork. Ran Harnevo, who leads The AOL On Network, made a surprise announcement on the AOL Blog at the beginning of New York...