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  1. Google Pays $7 Million to Settle Street View Snooping Case

    The following states will split the cash evenly ($192,000): Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi...

  2. Searches For Qatar Hot On Google As World Cup Locations Announced

    Requests for a map of the country ranks fifth in Google trends, just below Celebration Florida the only query to break the top five. Four of the top five trending results - including one misspelling - were about the country as it overcame the...

  3. Would You Go Swimming with Sharks or Go Jump in a Lake for Google Fiber?

    Richard Clapp, the mayor of Sarasota, Florida, used himself as shark bait to attract a much bigger fish: the world's largest Internet search engine. Columbia, South Carolina, got film maker and mayoral candidate Aaron Johnson to create a YouTube...

  4. US Lehman lawsuits gather international momentum

    International investors are contacting US lawyers for help on losses arising from Lehman Brothers-backed principal-protected notes, according to Florida-based law firm Vernon Healy. The firm has seen a sudden increase in complaints recently, one...

  5. Find Free Cash Online with MissingMoney.com Search Engine

    Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North...

  6. Google Searches Lead to One Conviction, One Arrest

    On Tuesday, a man accused of practicing medicine without a license was arrested after a South Florida woman who sought treatment from him discovered he was a registered sex offender during a Google search of his name, according to the Broward...

  7. Latin American Search Market Poised for Growth

    A special report from the Search Engine Strategies Latino conference, June 18-19, 2007, in Miami, Florida. While the market in Central and South America is growing faster than the U.S. When we see Latin America, we see growth," Alonso said.

  8. Governments Ask Google to Turn a Blind Eye

    TerraFly from Florida International University South Korean officials have said they fear that Google Earth lays bare details of military installations. In Governments Tremble at Google's Bird's-Eye View, the New York Times writes about several...

  9. Google Sues Froogles Over Its Name

    Today, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that Google has now filed suit against Froogles in a U.S.federal court alleging trademark infringement. Last July we posted an item to the SEW Forums about Google asking ICANN (the domain name...

  10. Special Search Tools Issue, Part 1

    Marc Resnick and Rebeca Lergier of Florida International University contrast what users want and what search engines want to give them. South China Morning Post Jul 30 2002 10:33PM GMT Things you might not know about how real people search http...