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  1. Google Celebrates Gay Pride Month, Supports LGBT Employees

    Supreme Court decisions involving gay rights: California’s Prop 8 allowing same-sex marriage and the ruling on the federal Defense of Marriage Act. Google is celebrating gay pride month in a big way. From its internal committees to its speaker...

  2. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Google Video trial to continue to Italian supreme court – PCWorldProsecutor claims three Google execs should be held accountable for a posted video that showed a handicapped student being bullied. Google gets consumer service ultimatum from German...

  3. As Goes Paid Search, So Goes the Election?

    Meanwhile,’s leading keyword terms (based on impressions) included the names of the candidates who failed to win the GOP nomination, along with Romney, Ryan and institutional names (GOP, Supreme Court, the republic).

  4. Google Doodle Honors Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

    Our president is African-American, and there are blacks on the Supreme Court and in Cabinet positions. Google today, on the 26th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States, is honoring the holiday and legacy of the preacher of...

  5. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    Supreme Court ruling, McIntyre v. Add to this the fact that Facebook and Google have both purchased facial recognition software companies and you have a puzzling picture. Why do these two need facial recognition software and real names for social...

  6. Winklevoss Twins Row Away From Facebook Suit

    The Winklevosses and their partner Divya Narendra dropped their legal dispute against Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg, deciding not to continue their Supreme Court action for more than the $65 million plus already awarded to them.

  7. IL Affiliate Tax Being Challenged As CA Pass it

    That’s a direct violation of the Commerce Clause and flies in the face of decisions already established by the Supreme Court. As the New York Times notes: "A state can compel companies to collect taxes only if they have a physical presence in the...

  8. Swiss Court Orders Google to Manually Blur Street View Images

    It is possible Google could appeal through Switzerland's supreme court. Google's Street View mapping service infringes privacy, a Switzerland's Federal Administrative Court has ruled. Among the court approved recommendations for Google to improve...

  9. Many 2010 Election Results Too Close To Call

    On December 12, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5 to 4 vote that the Florida recounts could not be completed before a December 12 "safe harbor" deadline, and should therefore cease and the previously certified total should hold.

  10. Viacom Hires High-Profile Lawyer to Battle YouTube on Copyright

    Supreme Court Bush vs. Viacom's battle with YouTube is heating up again. In June, the company promised to appeal after it lost its battle with Google-owned YouTube when a judge decided that the video-sharing was protected by the safe harbor of the...

  11. Extortion SEO Sanctioned by Google

    Ironically, the Supreme Court struck down the porn part of the law soon after it was passed. Supreme Court has shown zero interest in entertaining a challenge to it, Goldman says, much less overturning it.