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|41:|| Google Argues It Is Not Covered by UK Privacy Laws|
"In a submission to the High Court, however, Google has argued that as an American company it is not covered by British privacy laws. It said there was "no jurisdiction" for the case to be heard here because its consumer services are provided by Google Inc, based in Silicon Valley, rather than Google UK."
|Aug 19, 2013|
|42:|| Google Second Quarter 2013 Results: Revenue $14 Billion, Up 19pct|
"Google had a great quarter with over $14 billion in revenue, up 19pct year on year," said Larry Page, CEO of Google.
|July 19, 2013|
|43:|| U.K. Regulator Gives Google 35-Days to Delete Street View WiFi Data|
"Failure to abide by the notice will be considered as contempt of court, which is a criminal offence."
|June 21, 2013|
|44:|| Google Acquires Real-Time Traffic Mapping Company, Waze|
"To help you outsmart traffic, today we're excited to announce we've closed the acquisition of Waze."
|June 11, 2013|
|45:|| Google Files Facial Password Patent|
The document - which was filed in June 2012 but has only just been published - suggests the software could track a "facial landmark" to confirm a user not only looks like the device's owner but also carries out the right action.
|June 6, 2013|
|46:|| Google Makes Maps Personal|
"What if, instead, you had a map that's unique to you, always adapting to the task you want to perform right this minute?"
|May 18, 2013|
|47:|| German Court Rules Google Must Remove Autocomplete Entries If Defamatory|
If Google disagrees with a claim that an entry is defamatory, it could have to settle the matter in court.
|May 15, 2013|
|48:|| YouTube Starts Subscription Service Trial|
YouTube, ... said the launch was part of an effort to enable "content creators to earn revenue for their creativity".
|May 10, 2013|
|49:|| Google's First Quarter 2013 Results: Revenues of $13.97 Billion|
On a consolidated basis, Google Inc. revenues for the quarter ended March 31, 2013 were $13.97 billion, an increase of 31pct compared to the first quarter of 2012.
|Apr 19, 2013|
|50:|| Google To Retire Its Affiliate Network|
Google is to shutter it's Affiliate Network over the next few months.
|Apr 17, 2013|
|51:|| Europeans Reach Deal With Google on Searches|
"Google will not have to change the algorithm that produces its search results, the people said. Under the proposal, Google agrees to clearly label search results from its own properties, like Google Plus Local or Google News, and in some cases to show links from rival search engines."
|Apr 15, 2013|
|52:|| Google's Open Source Patent Pledge: We Wont Sue You First, Unless Attacked|
"...the Open Patent Non-Assertion (OPN) Pledge: we pledge not to sue any user, distributor or developer of open-source software on specified patents, unless first attacked."
|Mar 29, 2013|
|53:|| Google Says, Google News Is Not A Marketing Service|
Google News is not a marketing service, and we consider articles that employ these types of promotional tactics to be in violation of our quality guidelines.
|Mar 28, 2013|
|54:|| Google Settles U.S. Street View Data Collection Case With $7 Million Fine|
US Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced the legal settlement.
|Mar 12, 2013|
|55:|| Google May Open Some TLDs To The Public|
Assuming the company gains control of such top-level domains as .search, .app, .blog, and .cloud, it doesn't seems to want to restrict their use to its own products.
|Mar 11, 2013|
|56:|| Bars Line Up to Ban Google Glasses|
Privacy concerns may doom Google Glasses even before they are launched. "...bar in Seattle, Wash. has formally announced their intention to prohibit the product from its establishment
|Mar 10, 2013|
|57:|| Vint Cerf: Google Shouldn't Force Users To Reveal Real Names|
"Using real names is useful," Cerf said. "But I don't think it should be forced on people, and I don't think we do."
|Mar 5, 2013|
|58:|| German Legislators Will Allow Google To Display "Snippets" of Publishers Content|
Google this week ducked a European legislative bullet after lawmakers in Germany reached a compromise to water-down the language of a law that had been described by many as a draconian "Lex Google".
|Mar 1, 2013|
|59:|| Report: Google's Offer Extensions To Roll Out Before End Of February|
Google's Offer Extensions, which pair ads in search result pages with Groupon-like deals and special discounts, is set to roll out to all advertisers by the end of February...
|Feb 22, 2013|
|60:|| Google Wins Landmark AdWords Appeal In Australia Over Competitor Names|
The ACCC in 2007 accused Google of engaging in "misleading and deceptive" behavior when it displayed ads for a company called CarSales in search results related to Honda Australia.
|Feb 6, 2013|
|61:|| Google to Acquire Channel Intelligence For $125 Million|
Channel Intelligence, Inc., has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Google Inc. for $125 million in cash.
|Feb 6, 2013|
|62:|| Report: YouTube Preparing To Launch Paid Subscriptions|
YouTube has reached out to a small group of channel producers and asked them to submit applications to create channels that users would have to pay to access.
|Jan 29, 2013|
|63:|| Google In Talks With Privacy Groups To Limit Government Access To Users' Data Without Warrants|
The company has been talking to advocacy groups and companies about joining a lobbying effort to change the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act, said Chris Gaither, a Google spokesman.
|Jan 28, 2013|
|64:|| Google Reports 4Q Revenues of $14.42 Billion, Up 36pct|
Google Inc. reported consolidated revenues of $14.42 billion for the quarter ended December 31, 2012.
|Jan 22, 2013|
|65:|| Wired: Google's Larry Page on Why Moon Shots Matter|
Larry Page: I worry that something has gone seriously wrong with the way we run companies. If you read the media coverage of our company, or of the technology industry in general, it's always about the competition. The stories are written as if they are covering a sporting event. But it's hard to find actual examples of really amazing things that happened solely due to competition.
|Jan 17, 2013|
|66:|| Google Ends Patent Claim With Microsoft Over Video Compression Technology|
Google has now asked the US International Trade Commission, which handles patent disputes, to withdraw both claims.
|Jan 9, 2013|
|67:|| Google and FTC Agree Settlement Over Antitrust|
The FTC announced the results of its lengthy investigation into Google's practices today and will require Google to make minor changes to resolve complaints by competitors and advertisers.
|Jan 3, 2013|
|68:|| WSJ: There's No Avoiding Google+|
"Google+ is Google," says Vice President Bradley Horowitz. "The entry points to Google+ are many, and the integrations are more every day."
|Jan 3, 2013|
|69:|| E.U. Gives Google January Deadline Over Antitrust|
EU regulators said they would end their investigation into the allegations if Google came "forward with a detailed commitment text in January 2013".
|Dec 20, 2012|
|70:|| F.T.C. To Delay Decision On Google Antitrust Investigation|
Google had been preparing a letter with voluntary concessions to end the agency's investigation of its practices in the Internet search market without a formal settlement or lawsuit, the people have said.
|Dec 19, 2012|
|71:|| Google Moves To Start Charging Small Business For Google Apps|
Google wants to provide small businesses that use the free version of the software with dedicated customer support, something only paying customers currently get. "We're not serving them well," he said of the free users.
|Dec 7, 2012|
|72:|| Google In Australia Found Guilty of Libel for SERP Listing|
"In that sense, Google Inc. is like the newsagent that sells a newspaper containing a defamatory article. While there might be no specific intention to publish defamatory material, there is a relevant intention by the newsagent to publish the newspaper for the purposes of the law of defamation."
|Nov 28, 2012|
|73:|| U.S. Judge Approves $22.5 Million Fine for Google Over Privacy Settings|
It's looking like Google may have to soon cough up the $22.5 million fine it agreed to pay in order to settle Federal Trade Commission claims that it illegally bypassed user privacy settings in Apple's Safari Web browser.
|Nov 19, 2012|
|74:|| Google Loses Defamation Lawsuit|
A Melbourne man has won a defamation case against search giant Google over images of him alongside well-known Underworld figures that appeared in its search results.
|Oct 31, 2012|
|75:|| Google Share Price Drop, Profit Down By 20 pct|
Shares of Google plunged after the company's third-quarter results missed expectations of strong growth, and inadvertently were released well before the market's close.
|Oct 19, 2012|
|Oct 15, 2012|
|77:|| Report: F.T.C. Moves Closer to Google Antitrust Case|
Four of the FTC commissioners have become convinced after more than a year of investigation that Google illegally used its dominance of the search market to hurt its rivals, while one commissioner is skeptical, the sources said.
|Oct 13, 2012|
|78:|| Google Offering Business Credit Card For AdWords Purchases|
"...we'll invite businesses to use AdWords Business Credit in the UK and extend more invitations in the US later this month.
|Oct 9, 2012|
|79:|| Google Settles U.S. Authors Book Scanning Lawsuit|
The settlement lets US publishers decide which works should, or should not, be in Google's library.
|Oct 4, 2012|
|80:|| Google Spring Cleaning Shuts Down AdSense for Feeds, Classic Plus Search|
Starting October 2, we'll begin to retire this feature, and on December 3 we'll close it.[br][br]Classic Plus is a Google Search feature that lets people upload or select images to use as a background on Google.com. Users won't be able to upload new pictures starting from October 16...
|Oct 2, 2012|