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  1. Yandex's Sibir Reverse Image Search Technology is Pure Awesome

    Artists and photographers alike will be able to search their own work and locate if it has been duplicated elsewhere and collect on any missing royalties they may have. Reverse image search gives results not based on a word search but on a search...

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

    It all began in 2007, when Viacom said that more than 160,000 video clips of content it owned had been made available on YouTube and that YouTube ought to pay royalties like everyone else. Google-owned video-sharing site YouTube has handed Viacom...

  3. Richard Trevithick Inventor Of Steam Locomotive Gets Google Doodle

    Motivated by the royalties being paid to James Watts for his steam engine used in mining, he worked on the engines at the Cornwall mine he worked at when he first joined the work force. Richard Trevithick, British inventor of the first functioning...

  4. Show Me the Content: Web Search, Verticals, and Metasearch

    The software providers may also seek to require us to pay them royalties in exchange for giving us the ability to search documents in their format. Putting the Screws to Google, by Jon Fine from BusinessWeek offers a look at how, "old media could...

  5. Search Engines And Legal Issues

    CMGI's claims that patents AltaVista holds might force other search engines to pay royalties are likely nothing to worry about. Will there be suits over royalties? You can jump straight to a particular section using the links below.

  6. Google's Gaggle of New Goodies

    Webcasters Spared Extra Royalties. The Google Toolbar is a simple add-on to Internet Explorer that was initially created to let you to search Google while viewing any web page. Over time, the Toolbar has gained additional features, allowing you to...

  7. Google Unveils More of the Invisible Web

    Berners Lee: WWW royalties considered harmful. Click here to learn more about becoming a member Google has quietly extended the scope of its web index, for the first time including a number of file formats that are all but ignored by other search...