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

    Cities get creative to court Google broadband (money.cnn.com) Duluth Mayor Takes on Lake Superior for Google.mov Not to be outdone, Don Ness, mayor of Duluth, Minnesota, leaped into the icy waters of Lake Superior to make his pitch for Google Fiver.

  2. Even Semel's Daughter Prefers Google

    County Superior Court, Jaroslaw Jarczok claims he was working security last August at 4:00 AM at PURE Nightclub when Courtenay (Semel) was "quite intoxicated due to alcohol and/or chemical or other substances.

  3. SEO Mos Def Busted by WA State Atty General: $450,000 Penalty Looms

    Under the agreement filed in King County Superior Court, Internet Advancement must allow its customers to exit existing contracts. The defendants admitted that some of the violations had occurred and agreed to the new settlement filed today in King...

  4. Court Says Yahoo Speech Engineers Can Continue Working

    The order issued Monday in Santa Clara County Superior Court said the court was unable to properly assess whether any wrongdoing had occurred, and therefore declined to grant Nuance's request for a temporary restraining order against Yahoo and the...

  5. The Search Engine Update, July 15, 2002, Number 129

    A Danish court has ruled that "deep linking" is illegal, and pundits say this decision spells doom for the Net. The author behind the tool explains more about why he thinks a graph view is superior: http://www.webmasterworld.com/forum3/4024-3-15...

  6. LookSmart Hit With Potential Class Action Lawsuit Over Submission Program

    The case was filed in the Superior Court of California, San Francisco County, where LookSmart's US operation is based. If approved by the court, other parties will be able to join the case. The court will now evaluate the merits of the proposed...

  7. LookSmart Hit With Potential Class Action Lawsuit Over Submission Program

    The case was filed in the Superior Court of California, San Francisco County, where LookSmart's US operation is based. If approved by the court, other parties will be able to join the case. The court will now evaluate the merits of the proposed...