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Cour d’appel i Paris – Google ikke opphavsrettskrenkelse ved å gjøre bilder på nettet tilgjengelig via sin søkemotor


Search Optimization and Its Dirty Little Secrets – NYTimes.com.

Someone types the word “dresses” and hits enter. What will be the very first result?

There are, of course, a lot of possibilities. Macy’s comes to mind. Maybe a specialty chain, like J. Crew or the Gap. Perhaps a Wikipedia entry on the history of hemlines.

O.K., how about the word “bedding”? Bed Bath & Beyond seems a candidate. Or Wal-Mart, or perhaps the bedding section of Amazon.com.


Google: Bing Is Cheating, Copying Our Search Results.

Google has run a sting operation that it says proves Bing has been watching what people search for on Google, the sites they select from Google’s results, then uses that information to improve Bing’s own search listings. Bing doesn’t deny this.


France could tax Google to subsidize music | Media Maverick – CNET News.

A report financed by the French government recommends that Google, MSN, Yahoo, and other big advertising companies–as well as Internet service providers–be taxed, with revenue set to help fund the music and publishing sectors.

For Google, The Meaning Of Open Is When It’s Convenient For Them – washingtonpost.com.

Yesterday, Google published a long manifesto on the “meaning of open” in the form of an email to all employees republished as a blog post. In it, senior VP of product management Jonathan Rosenberg, makes an eloquent argument for why open systems always win and urges Google’s employees to always strive to be open when designing products. An open Internet spurs innovation and brings more consumers on board, which ultimately means more searches and increased use of Web applications.

Journalism.co.uk :: ‘We do not steal content,’ Google UK MD tells MPs.

Google responded to publishers’ complaints by limiting users’ free access to news, its UK managing director told MPs this morning.

Google kommer avisene i møte

Thursday, 3rd December, 2009

Google kommer avisene i møte.

Tidligere har Google-brukere fått gratis tilgang til artikler som nyhetsutgivere krever betaling for. Nå legger dataselskapet opp til at disse utgiverne kan begrense brukernes tilgang til gratisartikler.

Google beklager ape-bilde av Michelle Obama – Utenriks – NRK Nyheter.

At et bilde av Michelle Obama med ansiktet til en ape dukker opp i bildesøket til Google, har skapt reaksjoner. Nå beklager Google bildet, men fjerner det ikke.

Tar Google til retten

Sunday, 15th November, 2009

Tar Google til retten.

Datatilsynet i Sveits mener Googles «Street View» karttjeneste bryter loven.

Hvordan hindre Google i å finne deg | Metronet.

Av Petter El Fakiri 28. oktober, 2009

Det dukker støtt og stadig opp folk som klager over at Google stjeler ditt og Google stjeler datt og at Google bryr seg døyten om opphavsrett. Personlig har jeg aldri helt forstått hva det store problemet er.