The Australian government is moving ahead with plans to crack down on online copyright infringement, with website blocking and warning notices coming in 2015.
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With India's English-speaking population mostly online, the search giant has decided to target the other billion people in India who do not speak English, starting with Hindi.
Europe's incoming digital commissioner is threatening Google again, this time with a copyright levy if it takes European content for its own.
A new record has been set for the number of URLs that Google is asked to remove from search results over alleged copyright infringement.
A website has been set up to list links Google has removed from search results following the European 'right to be forgotten' ruling.
Google has launched Google My Business to encourage businesses without a website to get online, as well as to complement existing businesses with an online presence.
In the country’s first sentencing on internet copyright infringement, a Beijing court on Thursday jailed seven executives of the Chinese movie downloading website Siluhd.com.
UPDATED: A U.S. appeals court said Oracle can be granted copyright protection in parts of Java in a battle with Google over Android's inclusion of the code.
Google has bought restaurant website builder Appetas, closing down the service so staff can work on "new endeavors."
Website blocking, download speed throttling, and making ISPs liable would go a long way toward reducing copyright infringement in Australia, according to Music Rights Australia.
Google has asked the Australian government to review the power given to agencies to compel ISPs to block websites.
Google hopes the need for a user to login every time they visit a website could soon be a thing of the past, after the search giant acquired Israeli security startup SlickLogin.
Shadow Education Minister Christopher Pyne has claimed that YouTube pulled a Labor ad from its website for breaching YouTube's terms of service, but it was actually pulled down due to a copyright claim from the Liberal party.
German publishers wanting to keep their content in Google News will now have to let Google know.
While the EU continues to plug its net neutrality plans, promising a 'full and open Internet on every device, on every network,' it doesn't include website blocking of allegedly copyright infringing sites.
Google has notched up thousands of supporters in its ongoing copyright law battle in Germany, a battle that, should it lose, would see it forced to pay news sites for aggregating their content.
In a court turnaround, a website designer has been found guilty of copyright infringement -- even though they did not run the website in question.
FixYa, the problem-solving website, has just published a report on buyers' most common complaints about four of the most popular 7-inch tablets from Apple, Google, Amazon and Barnes & Noble
The finer details of the arrangement are yet to emerge, but it appears as though Google has routed its opponents here. The litigation is over, and the company will not need to pay any ancillary copyright fees for include headlines and text snippets in its results.
SEO experts often overemphasise the importance of incoming links to your website, particularly since Google introduced Penguin earlier this year. Telstra provides an interesting case in point.
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