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Guidelines for Google

Is this a violation? There has been much ado over the past few days about a new Google maps feature. It's called "Street View" and rather than using virtual images of landmarks along the road, it uses actual photographs to give … Continue reading

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Google + DoubleClick: Double Trouble

Your Clicks in the Google Bank This kind of trouble is lots of fun! Google's plan to purchase online ad clearing house DoubleClick for $3.1 billion is generating lots of news. However, the real story isn't how much money the … Continue reading

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Google Owns You

Google, whose corporate creed includes the motto "You can make money without doing evil," has announced that it will retain personal data on individual Web surfers' searches for only 2 years. And in an another amazing example of TP (technological prevaricaton–see article … Continue reading

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