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  1. 'Rogue' Drug Ads May Cost Google $500 Million

    In May 2011, in connection with a potential resolution of an investigation by the United States Department of Justice into the use of Google advertising by certain advertisers, we accrued $500 million for the three month period ended March 31, 2011.

  2. Feds Go All In Against Online Poker Sites, Seize Domains, Issue Warrants

    While online gambling has been illegal in the United States for five years under the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act) that prohibited online gambling sites to operate in the United States and financial institutions from...

  3. Google Fighting Freedom of Press in Spain, Getting Fined in France

    When online gambling became illegal in the United States, Google took ads down globally. Instead, the United States has the DCMA which protects it and it now passes to the European Union's Court of Justice to consider how any older information.

  4. Hacking AdWords - Who Said Black Hat Was Just Organic?

    Google AdWords specifically states that online casinos and gambling is prohibited. However, it explicitly states that "physical gambling equipment" is allowed. Online Gambling Casino and gambling If you're clever, you've noticed that a lot of these...

  5. Impact of Legal U.S. Online Gambling on Search and the Web

    States have started to tax online companies that have affiliate programs operating in their states. As WSJ notes, it will likely fall to the individual states to develop regulations. Some major sites, such as Amazon, have denied affiliate members...

  6. Does No One Get Twitter? Der Spiegel Added To Not List

    As the site states, "Twitter solves information overload by changing expectations traditionally associated with online communication. In its early days, few industries - apart from gambling and the adult industry - could monetize the new medium.

  7. Porn and Gambling: Canaries in the SEM Coal Mine?

    One thing's for sure: the owners of the domains aren't going anywhere, and they'll find another way to provide the gambling services to their clientele within the affected states. If this were to happen outside the United States many would label it...

  8. How LookSmart Works

    The LookSmart site is primary aimed at those searching for sites in the United States or for English-language sites that appeal to a worldwide audience. Finally, take the same situation as above, but let's say you are an online gambling site.