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Décor My Eyes guy arrested

Dec 7, 2010
Vitaly Borker runs/ran this website for eyeglasses and the scam he ran was all about search engine optimization. He'd give terrible service, rip...
Posted In: business, crazy person, Google, Law, search, SEO

Commercials soon to get quieter

Dec 3, 2010
The Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, or the CALM Act has been passed through Congress and now is just waiting for a signature from...
Posted In: business, Entertainment, Health, Law, tv

Google pays Boring couple a dollar

Dec 3, 2010
Aaron and Christine Boring live on a quiet street in Pennsylvania. Their life wasn't especially exciting (sorry) until Google Street View came...
Posted In: Google, Law, search, street view

EU investigating Google for anti-trust

Nov 30, 2010
Google just can't seem to please Europe. If it's not Street View, it's anti-competitive practices. The European Union announced that it's...
Posted In: business, european union. eu, Google, Law, world

Web retailers accused of peddling counterfeit stuff are shut down

Nov 29, 2010
82 websites accused of selling counterfeit music, DVDs, apparel and sporting goods have been shut down as a result of an ongoing crackdown by US...
Posted In: business, government, kevin kline is awesome, Law, pirates

China was behind Google attacks, say Wikileaks leaks

Nov 29, 2010
251,287 US diplomatic cables were leaked in the latest round of Wikileaks documents and some of them point to China's politburo as being behind...
Posted In: China, Google, Law, privacy, wikileaks, world

COICA gets out of committee

Nov 18, 2010
The Senate Judiciary Committee has passed the Combating Online Infringement and Copyright Act. The bill would allow the US Attorney General to go...
Posted In: Amazon, business, COICA, Congress, ebay, Google, Law, Web Culture, Wikipedia, Yahoo

Amazon.com removes controversial book but controversies may return

Nov 12, 2010
Amazon.com has removed an especially controversial title from its Kindle electronic book store. Amazon initially defended its own carrying of the book, saying that to remove it would be censorship, and then they yanked it anyway. But given the way Amazon stocks the virtual shelves of its online store, isn't this issue likely to come up again?
Posted In: Internet, Law

Wills prepared in case of deportation

Nov 11, 2010
Many illegal immigrants own homes and cars and have children who are U.S. citizens. With the rise of deportations, some immigrants are preparing wills to make sure their assets and children are taken care of in case they are deported.
Posted In: Immigration, Law

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