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Google Turns Over User IDs

Google's YouTube and a company called Live Digital will...

Guilty Verdict in Nation’s First Music Downloading Jury Case

The nation's first music downloading jury case came to...

Germans Suspicious of ‘GoogleClick’

German officials have become the latest to raise privacy...

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eBay Hops on Social Network Money Train

Despite lingering woes from its troubled Skype integration, eBay is again hoping to capitalize on a hot online trend. This time, the target is social networking, with the company today unveiling a new area...

Blinkx Gives Publishers Another Video Option

Web video search engine Blinkx wants to be to the video Web what Google is to the text Web. Problem is, Google wants to be the Google of the video Web, too....

Jaiku Latest in Google’s Mysterious Acquisition Spree

Google continues its breakneck string of acquisitions, today adding micro-blogging service Jaiku to its roster. Jaiku, which the search giant snapped up for an undisclosed sum, calls itself an "activity stream and presence sharing service."...

Google AdSense Broadcasts Itself

Don't look now, but the competition between Google and traditional television media isn't just talk anymore. It's on. In a statement e-mailed to InternetNews.com, the company said it is now offering ad-supported embedded...

Online Ad Revenues Up Despite Consumer Concerns

U.S. advertisers continue to increase their spending on the Internet, according to a report this week that found online ad revenues totaled nearly $10 billion during the first half of 2007 -- a 26.4...

Guilty Verdict in Nation’s First Music Downloading Jury Case

The nation's first music downloading jury case came to a close yesterday, with the record industry claiming a landmark victory in its efforts to end illegal downloads. A federal jury this week in Duluth, Minn.,...

Yahoo, eBay, PayPal Partner to Fight Phishing

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Yahoo Mail users may be able to expect fewer fraudulent e-mails purporting to be from eBay and PayPal. That is, if things go according to plans...

Target.com Faces Class Action Suit Over Accessibility

Target's tussle with the National Federation of the Blind (NFB) over blind accessibility to Target.com just got tougher. A federal district court judge in California yesterday certified an NFB lawsuit against Target as class-action. The...

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