Daily SearchCast, March 9, 2006: Google To Settle Click Fraud Case For $90 Million; Google AdSense Gains Demographic Targeting; Look Who’s Organizing In Orkut & More!

Today’s search podcast covers Google agreeing to setting a class action
case over click fraud for $90 million; Orkut’s strange bedfellows; American
Airlines goes after a Google Video uploader; Google’s contextual ads gain
demographic targeting; recapping SES NY 2006; what Google told analysts on its
Analyst Day; Google’s Matt Cutts refutes the US Department Of Justice in legal
documents over the search data case and more!

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