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Does the First Amendment Protect Search Engine Results?

Does the First Amendment Protect Search Engine Results? Many have wondered whether or not the First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects search engine results. Well, in a white paper titled First Amendment Protection for Search Engine Search Results, this question is examined. At the very beginning…>read more

No Comment June 19, 2014

Google Releases End-to-End Email Encryption Software

Google Releases End-to-End Email Encryption Software On Tuesday, Google released a source code for a new extension for its Chrome browser that makes it easier for users to encrypt email messages, according to The New York Times. The extension is called End-to-End and it uses open-source…>read more

No Comment June 4, 2014

New Driverless Car from Google Does Not Have Steering Wheel or Brake Pedal

New Driverless Car from Google Does Not Have Steering Wheel or Brake Pedal Google publicized information about its latest version of its self-driving car on Tuesday night on its blog, according to The Huffington Post. The car looks like it belongs in an animated movie or a cartoon, but it features some of…>read more

No Comment May 28, 2014

European Removal of Search Results

European Removal of Search Results According to Bloomberg Business Week, the European Union’s top court has ruled that individuals can insist on the removal of links and other information in search results that could threaten their privacy rights. People “have a right to be forgotten,”…>read more

No Comment May 13, 2014

The Right to Be Forgotten

The Right to Be Forgotten Google Inc. faces privacy investigations around the world as it adds on services and steps up competition with Facebook Inc. for users and advertisers. Bloomberg News reports that Google Inc. may be ordered to remove personal information from its search…>read more

No Comment May 13, 2014

European Union Rules Google Must Respect Right to Remove Personal Past

European Union Rules Google Must Respect Right to Remove Personal Past In a ruling that came as a shocker to Google and other Internet companies, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that a person has the right to require Internet companies to remove excessive personal information from…>read more

No Comment May 13, 2014

Series of Emails Suggests a Close Relationship Between the NSA and Google

Series of Emails Suggests a Close Relationship Between the NSA and Google A series of emails dating back to late 2011, suggest a far cozier working relationship between the then-NSA director Keith Alexander and Google chairman Eric Schmidt and co-founder Sergey Brin. The Huffington Post reports that, this correspondence suggests a close…>read more

No Comment May 7, 2014

Social Media Political Preferences

Social Media Political Preferences According to a new survey by the Harvard Institute of Politics, Democrats love the social media networking sites, Google Plus and Twitter, while Republicans are more interested in sharing information on Pinterest. This new study shows what social media networks…>read more

No Comment May 5, 2014

Law Firm Files Antitrust Class-action Lawsuit against Google’s Mobile Monopoly

Law Firm Files Antitrust Class-action Lawsuit against Google’s Mobile Monopoly Hagens Berman, a consumer rights class-action law firm, filed a nationwide antitrust class-action lawsuit against Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) alleging that the search engine has illegally monopolized and stagnated Internet and mobile search in the U.S. market. According to documents filed…>read more

1 Comment May 3, 2014

Google Stops Scanning Gmail in Apps for Education

Google Stops Scanning Gmail in Apps for Education Google has permanently stopped collecting or using student data in Apps for Education services for advertising purposes. This has been done to enhance the educational experience for about 30 million students, teachers and administrators using the Apps for Education across…>read more

No Comment May 1, 2014

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