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Max Mosley sues Google over 'Nazi orgy' search results

Former Formula One chief Max Mosley has sued Google in France and Germany in an attempt to have the company censor search results relating to a Nazi-themed orgy allegedly held by Mosley.Mosley revealed the legal action on Thursday as part of testimony he was giving to the Leveson inquiry, which is looking into the roles of press and police in the News International hacking scandal.

November 25, 2011 by

Mp3 Skulls Download Music

Mp3 Skulls Download MusicMp3 Skulls Download Music is a simple and friendly search engine music application. This is simple and friendly...

November 7, 2014 By AgusXR4

LawBox 2013 - Mobile Law Library

As Featured In the ABA's "iPad Apps In One Hour For Lawyers" by Tom Mighell. LawBox is a legal reference and search utility for the...

January 12, 2013 By TheLawBox

Google hit with fresh French antitrust claims

A search company has made fresh antitrust complaints against Google to the European Commission, alleging that Google blocked some of its rivals from using its Adsense advertising platform.On Tuesday, 1plusV — the publisher of legal search engine eJustice.

February 22, 2011 by

When political, social beliefs rule the day

Google may no longer be a verb in China if the search giant doesn't get its way and be allowed to operate an uncensored search engine in the country.In an interview with CNN, Google's chief legal officer David Drummond said: "[We] just no longer in good conscience can continue to censor our results.

January 14, 2010 by

YouTube vs. Viacom: Google's IP wins; Users lose

Updated: The latest battle in Google's ongoing court battle with Viacom over YouTube copyright infringement is a glass half full or half empty situation. In the half full department, Google scored a legal victory as a judge shot down Viacom requests for the search giant's search code and other critical intellectual property.

July 2, 2008 by

Optaros opens OS projects catalog, JBoss Rules 4.0 debuts

With more than 140,000 open-source projects floating around, finding the right one for your company is a daunting task. For IT managers, who usually don't have the vantage point that developers enjoy, the search can also be fraught with danger. Choosing or backing the wrong project can have far-reaching operational, legal and financial consequences.

July 21, 2007 by

Google denies ACCC's deceptive conduct charges

update Google Australia has labelled claims of misleading and deceptive conduct made against the search engine provider by consumer watchdog ACCC as being without merit.The ACCC today started legal action against Google and the Trading Post for alleged misleading and deceptive conduct over sponsored links that appeared on the Google Web site.

July 11, 2007 by

CognitionSearch seeks more precise results

Cognition Technologies entered the search engine arena with CognitionSearch, which applies linguistic analysis of queries and documents to render more precise results than the popular search engines for English language queries. Currently, CognitionSearch is technology demonstration, focused on three discrete content categories--medicine, politics and legal.

March 20, 2007 by

Google to media: No more "googling" for you

Via Slashdot comes this story from The Independent: Search engine giant Google, known for its mantra "don't be evil", has fired off a series of legal letters to media organisations, warning them against using its name as a verb....In June, Google won a place in the Oxford English Dictionary, while "to google", with a lower case "g", was included last month in Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, America's leading reference book....

August 14, 2006 by

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