Google's discovery that it hadn't deleted data left over from an earlier Street View privacy incident has prompted the Australian Privacy Commissioner to take action and request that Google destroy the data.
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Google is well known for rewarding those that provide information that will help the company make its products more secure, but after no one stepped up to try their hand at a US$20,000 hacking challenge last year, Google has upped the ante to up to US$1 million.
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Google's Wallet product has been limited to the US since its launch, but there's now a way for Australians to get it to temporarily work, for those curious to try it.
Google has begun to roll out SSL (secure socket layer) encryption for its search engine by default, protecting users who weren't aware the option existed.
A flaw in Google's account-recovery process has resulted in CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince losing control of his Google Apps for Business account, despite it being protected with two-factor authentication.
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Google has kicked off its first in a series of "Google Sudo" events, aimed at helping Australian entrepreneurs kick start their own businesses by getting the opinions from a venture capitalist (VC), a start-up and an angel investor on what Aussie start-ups should be doing.
Google Australia held a photowalk over the weekend to help promote Google+ and while some may be sceptical of what a few photographers can do, it was actually a pretty smart move by the company to encourage people to populate its network with content.
Google is about to receive a boost in how it tackles spam, fraud, and web abuse after picking up a startup specialising in such areas.