Just as Internet Kings Chad Hurley and Eric Schmidt were on stage last week at the Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital conference spinning YouTube is (still) working on video copyright protection tools, so no need for multibillion dollar (Viacom) infringement claims, Hurley was also unleashing a we're copyright owners friends combo pitch in conjunction with YouTube's latest "partner," EMI Music.
Google love is tough to shake. What about Google monopoly power though?
If the Associated Press joins in on the Google Street View is "icky" bandwagon, does that make it true? NO.
Digital Markets Blog presidential campaign 2008 special series on what I am calling “User Generated Politics”Barack Obama on MySpace, the REAL Barack Obama on MySpace, is closing in on 100,000 friends.(SEE MySpace to 175 million friends: It’s OUR Space, not yours!
Facebook Commercializes 24 Million Users: Sells Special Accesss to News Feeds
The Salesforce.com rendezvous with Google destiny is set: Tuesday, June 5.
Another day, another way for Google to control more of the confidential data of the Web's businesses:Google is now the proud owner of Feedburner, a "leading provider of Web feed distribution and management tools," at a rumored acquisition price of $100 million.Worried yet about Google Big Brother peering into your online business?
Will Google CEO Schmidt's "wait for the tools" banter on media giant Viacom's $1 billion copyright infringement legal claim at the Wall Street Journal's All Things Digital conference this week be his famous last words?SEE: Google CEO tows Google line at D5Think Schmidts' recent "Big Brother" musings reflect a Google disregard for the privacy of others?
Beware: Google's Big Bad Privacy Risks
Google Office vs. Microsoft? Maybe I indicated today, underscoring that Google finally, apparently, has the guts to let Google Apps compete in the big boys market, a for pay one.