Latest Criticism of Google Stories
Google agreed late last week to a $500 million settlement, the amount made in illegal advertising, in a US Justice Department probe focusing on Canadian pharmacies advertising to American customers through Google’s AdSense program.
Google Inc said on Wednesday that it would begin giving users the option to personally endorse search results and online ads.
Consumer Watchdog debuted its new animated satire -- â€œMr Schmidt Goes to Washingtonâ€ on the streets of Washington DC, as part of its case for why Congress should call Google CEO Eric Schmidt to testify under oath about the Wi-Spy scandal and other online privacy issues.
The Spanish Agency for Data Protection (AEPD) announced on Monday that it had filed a lawsuit against Google for allegedly violating the country's data protection laws.
Connecticut is at the head of a multi-state investigation into whether Google broke the law when it collected personal data off wireless networks around the globe, which the Internet search company says it did so inadvertently.
After announcing that it accidentally collected data over non-encrypted Wi-Fi networks from more than 30 countries over several years, Google is now telling lawmakers that it never examined or made use of any of the information gathered.
Google Inc issued a publicly apology over the weekend to a number of Chinese authors, excusing itself for inadequate communication with them before it began scanning their books into its digital library.
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DETROIT, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The Epitec Group announced today that it is a full service partner in the Google Enterprise Partner program which extends the power of the Google technologies to other organizations and helps customers get more value out of Google search capabilities.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Internet giant Google must match new privacy measures announced by search rival Yahoo!, Consumer Watchdog said today, and called on both companies to enact stronger protections to truly guarantee users' privacy.
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