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  1. Google Reveals More Government Search Censorship Requests

    The UK’s Association of Police Officers requested the removal of 5 user accounts that allegedly promoted terrorism. Google is alarmed by government requests to remove political content from search results, fearing that free expression may be at risk.

  2. Search Engines & Opinions: Just How Trustworthy Are Search Results?

    Depending on whom you work for, you either boost results with nuclear accidents, the risk of terrorism, and the clean storage of carbon dioxide, or you emphasize how clean nuclear power is compared to coal.

  3. Swedish Bombing Information: Email Warning, Twitter Response

    Sweden has been caught up in online terrorism before. One person died and two were injured when two bombs exploded in Stockholm Sweden yesterday just minutes after the national news agency TT and Swedish security service Säpo received an email...

  4. Oh What A Tangled Web They've Weaved: Wikileaks Game Card

    And there is a warrant out for his arrest - not for terrorism or actions related to the site - yet - but for rape. But, most of it is confusing, so I thought a game card would be handy. So who are the players in this interesting global intrigue?

  5. ABC News Nightline Story Looks at NACA's Save the Dream Tour

    Marks explained, "Bank terrorism is a nonviolent way we personalize the consequences of CEOs' actions. Last night, the incredible success of the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) was featured on Nightline on ABC News.

  6. Tips for Google Site and Category Exclusion Tool

    Military and international conflict: News about war, terrorism, and sensitive international relations Targeting Google AdWords contextual advertising campaigns just got easier. This new tool keeps your ads from appearing in some pretty dodgy places...

  7. Search Records Requests under Patriot Act Ruled Unconstitutional

    The Patriot Act, passed shortly after the Sept.attacks, broadly expanded the government's powers to conduct anti-terrorism investigations. We do know that thousands of NSLs have been issued in service to counter terrorism efforts.

  8. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 16, 2005: Baidu Sued Over Music Copyright; Microsoft Wants AOL?; Google Guys Do Lunch With Investors; Google Sends "You're Banned" Emails, & More!

    A Terrorism Research Database Today's search podcast covers Chinese search leader Baidu sued over music copyright infringement claims, the Google Guys lunching with investors and analysts, another Katrina missing persons search tool, Google for...