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2010-09-04 12:06:44

After a cartoon video featuring Google’s chief giving away ice cream to snoop on children aired on a giant screen in Times Square, the Internet search giant updated its privacy policy.

2010-02-18 07:01:00

NEW YORK, Feb. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Attorneys for Consumer Watchdog will appear in a federal court today to urge Judge Deny Chinn to reject the revised Google Books settlement because it remains anticompetitive and violates both U.S. and international law. The case in U.S.

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2010-01-15 08:20:00

After Google threatened to pull out of China, the country released an official response on Thursday saying that foreign Internet companies are welcome as long as they follow the law.

2008-09-08 00:00:05

By Michael Liedtke The Associated Press MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - When Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google Inc. on Sept. 7, 1998, they had little more than their ingenuity, four computers and an investor's $100,000 bet on their belief that an Internet search engine could change the world.

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2008-09-05 15:50:00

It may sound preposterous with the benefit of hindsight, but only ten years ago, on September 7, 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded their new company, Google.

2008-07-05 18:00:10

By Joe Nocera In early May, Google held a series of secret focus groups with employees who had children in day care facilities at the company. The purpose was to gauge their reaction to a company plan to raise the amount it charged for in-house day care by 75 percent.

2006-08-09 23:15:12

By Lindsay Beck BEIJING (Reuters) - A rights group accused Western Internet companies on Thursday of complicity with censorship in China and called on Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. to resist Beijing's demands.

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2006-08-10 00:15:00

A rights group accused Western Internet companies on Thursday of complicity with censorship in China and called on Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc. to resist Beijing's demands.

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2006-01-27 06:38:58

Google Inc's decision to block politically sensitive terms on its new Chinese search site has drawn the scrutiny of U.S. lawmakers, who next month will probe American technology companies that help Beijing's censors.


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