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  1. 5 Fast Facts about the EU's Privacy Ruling on Google

    The European Court of Justice is equivalent to the United States Supreme Court. On May 13, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), the highest court in Europe, ruled against Google in a landmark privacy case, asserting that EU citizens have a "right...

  2. Miami Heat Minority Owner Sues Google Over Unflattering Photo

    This blog presents publicly available information about RK Centers (former RK Associates),including court records, media publications and opinions. Because he is a public figure, the chance of his winning a U.S.court case over a picture he doesn’t...

  3. Facebook Settles Privacy Lawsuit, Buys Facial Recognition Company Face.com

    Five Facebook members brought the case forward, though nearly one in three U.S.citizens could have joined in, said related court documents. However, groups in Europe and the United States have long-standing concerns over Facebook’s facial database.

  4. Google’s Rosetta Stone AdWords Woes Continue as Case Reopened

    In March 2011, a United States court for the Ninth Circuit (California) ruled in the case of Network Automation, Inc.v. Rosetta Stone’s trademark infringement lawsuit against Google, first filed in 2009 and dismissed by a Virginia court in August...

  5. Google Reviews Japanese Court Order Demanding Removal of Autocomplete Terms

    The man’s lawyer, Hiroyuki Tomita, told Japan Times his client “decided to seek a court injunction after learning the autocomplete feature likely played a role in the sudden loss of his job several years ago and caused several companies to...

  6. Google to Protest SOPA on Home Page Tomorrow

    Two bills currently making their way through congress -- SOPA and PIPA -- give the US government and copyright holders extraordinary powers including the ability to hijack DNS and censor search results (and this is even without so much as a proper...

  7. 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. Day in the United States, is honoring the holiday and legacy of the preacher of nonviolent activism with a special Google Doodle.

  8. Judge Orders ALL Search Engines, Social Networks to De-index Seized Websites

    A Nevada District Court case has ruled in favor of Chanel, allowing the company to take down over 800 domain names that sell counterfeit products. Some feel this judge was extending well beyond his jurisdiction for a District Court ruling by...

  9. Google Pays $500M to Avoid DOJ Prosecution on Drug Ads

    Google has obtained court orders banning some of the rogue pharmacies named in the lawsuit and is still seeking injunctions against the others,” the AP noted. An SEC filing in May revealed that Google had already put aside the $500 million “in...

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

    Then, in December, Google posted "Taking rogue pharmacies to court," announcing they were filing a civil lawsuit in San Jose, Calif.against advertisers they said deliberately broke Google's rules. In May 2011, in connection with a potential...

  11. Court: Bidding on Competitor's Name OK in AdWords, adCenter

    Buying ads based on a competitor's name doesn't violate trademark law, a court has ruled, overturning a lawsuit over AdWords and adCenter ads displaying trademarked names. The district court was faced with the issue of whether Network Automation's...

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

    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. A French court fined Google 430,000 Euros for four breaches of copyright, while the Spanish...