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|1641:|| US RIAA Says ISPs Could Start Policing Copyright By July 12|
"Each ISP has to develop their infrastructure for automating the system," Sherman said. They need this "for establishing the database so they can keep track of repeat infringers, so they know that this is the first notice or the third notice. Every ISP has to do it differently depending on the architecture of its particular network. Some are nearing completion and others are a little further from completion."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Mar 15, 2012|
|1642:|| US Online Sales Expected to Grow 17 Pct In 2008|
"The biggest online categories: apparel (due to rise by $3.9 billion, or 17%), computers (up $3.2 billion, or 15%) and autos (up $2.5 billion, or 15%)."
|Ecommerce||Apr 9, 2008|
|1643:|| US Legislation Approved Means ISPs Must Retain 1 Year Of Customer Data|
A last-minute rewrite of the bill expands the information that commercial internet providers are required to store to include customers' names, addresses, phone numbers, credit card numbers, bank account numbers and temporarily-assigned IP addresses.
|Webmaster General||July 29, 2011|
|1644:|| US Lawmaker Renews Push Against Internet Gambling|
"...Rep. Bob Goodlatte will reintroduce a bill this week that would prohibit Internet gambling, a fast-growing industry valued at about $12 billion."
|Webmaster General||Feb 15, 2006|
|1645:|| US Jury Finds Google Infringed Oracle's Java Copyrights in Android|
Oracle: "The overwhelming evidence demonstrated that Google knew it needed a license and that its unauthorized fork of Java in Android shattered Java's central write once run anywhere principle,"
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||May 8, 2012|
|1646:|| US Judge Rules Google Violated Patents and Must Pay Royalty on AdWords Revenue|
District Judge Raymond A. Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Norfolk division decided Tuesday that I/P Engine, a patent licensing subsidiary of Vringo, should be paid an ongoing royalty rate of 6.5 percent on a part of AdWords revenue.
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Jan 29, 2014|
|1647:|| US Judge Orders Hundreds of Sites Be Removed From Google, Bing, etc.|
Concerned about counterfeiting, Chanel has filed a joint suit in Nevada against nearly 700 domain names that appear to have nothing in common.[br][br]When Chanel finds more names, it simply uses the same case and files new requests for more seizures.
|General Search Engine Marketing Issues||Nov 30, 2011|
|1648:|| US Judge Dismisses US Authors Guild Case Against Google Books Scanning|
Google wins the long running lawsuit over book scanning.
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Nov 15, 2013|
|1649:|| US Internet Usage Remains Static at 14hrs a Month|
"The survey found that the nearly 14 hours Americans spend online at home each month is close to the worldwide average. Of the 12 countries surveyed, those living in Hong Kong surf the longest, averaging nearly 22 hours per month. On the lower end, Italians on average log eight hours online."
|Webmaster General||Mar 18, 2005|
|1650:|| US Government to Classify Search Marketers|
The US Department of Labor (US DOL) asked SEMPO to help them find industry experts and professionals who can assist in the creation of a new O*NET classification for Search Marketers.
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||June 14, 2010|
|1651:|| US FTC To Investigate Google Apple Board Relationship||Foo||Aug 4, 2009|
|1652:|| US FDA Asserts Authority Over Social Media and Metatdata|
"The Food and Drug Administration ordered the first enforcement action against a pharmaceutical company for its use of Facebook a month ago, directing drugmaker Novartis to remove a "Facebook Share" widget on the website for its leukemia drug Tasigna."
|Facebook Marketing Forum||Aug 9, 2010|
|1653:|| US Dollar Continues to Tank - International Ecom Profoundly Affected|
"Up until now I've been eating it on the exchange rate because the American market is my largest segment, and most of my competition has not yet upped their prices. As the Canadian dollar has gone from 62 cents US to over 97 cents yesterday I'm finding it very hard to hold the line on pricing. "
|Ecommerce||Oct 21, 2007|
|1654:|| US Customs: It Has The Right To Seize any .com, .net or .org|
...it says it has the right to seize any .com, .net and .org domain name because the companies that have the contracts to administer them are based on United States soil, according to Nicole Navas, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman.
|Domain Names||Mar 7, 2012|
|1655:|| US Court Rules Google Can Arrange Its SERPs As It Likes|
"A San Francisco court ruled last week that Google has the right to arrange its search results as it pleases..."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Nov 18, 2014|
|1656:|| US Court Denies Spamhaus Domain Suspension|
A US judge has denied a request to order internet registrars to suspend Spamhaus's domain, easing concerns that the spam blocking service might be interrupted.
|Webmaster General||Oct 20, 2006|
|1657:|| US Copyright Office Website Considers Requiring Internet Explorer|
The US Copyright Office is considering whether to require IE for online pre-registration of a work.
|HTML||Aug 9, 2005|
|1658:|| US Congress passes legislation over ticket-grabbing bots|
The U.S. Congress has passed legislation to "crack down" on those using bots to snatch tickets.
|Foo||Dec 8, 2016|
|1659:|| US Commerce Department prepares to give up oversight of ICANN|
U.S. Plans to Give Up Oversight of Web Domain Manager
|Domain Names||Mar 15, 2014|
|1660:|| US Bill Proposes Wide Emergency Measures for Control of Internet|
"Even though your company/site isn't in the US, you will likely still be affected by this bill. There is a fair bit of core infrastructure that is located in the US (and would be subject to this law), and likely some of your major sources of traffic."
|Professional Webmaster Business Issues||Sept 1, 2009|
|1661:|| US Administration Moves To Start Consumer Privacy Legislation|
The Obama administration plans to work with Congress to enact legislation to protect peoples' online privacy based on a Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights being unveiled tomorrow.[br][br]At the same time, Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and AOL are committing to work with Do Not Track technology in most major Web browsers so people can stop companies from tracking them as they bounce around the Internet, the administration said in a statement.
|Foo||Feb 23, 2012|
|1662:|| URLs in Printed Literature|
"Is there an excepted norm in displaying a URL in print documents?"
|Webmaster General||May 15, 2002|
|1663:|| URL Submission to Google with Fetch as Googlebot|
The Fetch as Googlebot feature in Webmaster Tools now provides a way to submit new and updated URLs to Google for indexing. After you fetch a URL as Googlebot, if the fetch is successful, you'll now see the option to submit that URL to our index. When you submit a URL in this way Googlebot will crawl the URL, usually within a day. We'll then consider it for inclusion in our index. Note that we don't guarantee that every URL submitted in this way will be indexed...
|Google SEO News and Discussion||Aug 4, 2011|
|1664:|| URL Shortening Service, tr.im, Will Keep Operating||Foo||Aug 13, 2009|
|1665:|| URL Shortener Tr.im to Shut Down|
"With so many URL shortening services out there, this was bound to happen to at least one of them: Trim is shutting down."
|Foo||Aug 10, 2009|
|1666:|| URI Shortener Makes Partnerships To Protect Users From Malicious Links||Foo||Dec 1, 2009|
|1667:|| UKPlus Joins The BTLookSmart Network|
"BTLookSmart today announced that it will be providing search solutions to Associated New Media´s (ANM) online sites that include UK Plus,..."
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||July 22, 2002|
|1668:|| UK:ICO Sends Cookie-Compliance Warning Letters To 75 Major Businesses|
The list includes Amazon, Apple, the BBC, Department for Transport, eBay, Google, HSBC, John Lewis, Lloyds TSB, the Met Office, Microsoft, the National Lottery, Network Rail, the NHS, Sainsburys, Scottish Government, Tesco, the Cabinet Office, Virgin Media and Yahoo.
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||May 31, 2012|
|1669:|| UK: Telco/Net Provider, BT, Ordered To Block Access to Pirate Site|
In his ruling, Justice Arnold stated: "In my judgment it follows that BT has actual knowledge of other persons using its service to infringe copyright: it knows that the users and operators of Newzbin 2 infringe copyright on a large scale, and in particular infringe the copyrights of the studios in large numbers of their films and television programmes."
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||July 28, 2011|
|1670:|| UK: Streetmap Loses "Anticompetitive" Case Against Google|
Although Streetmap has lost the case, it plans to appeal the ruling...
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Feb 12, 2016|
|1671:|| UK: Sponsored Twitter Football Advertising Campaign Banned|
The Advertising Standards Authority said that the messages did not make clear they were "identifiable as marketing communications".
|June 20, 2012|
|1672:|| UK: Google To Delete Street View Personal Data|
"Google is to delete the sensitive information, including full emails and passwords, it illegally captured from Wi-Fi networks when its Street View cars mapped the UK's towns and cities."
|Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Nov 19, 2010|
|1673:|| UK: BSkyB Bundles Internet With Satellite|
"BSkyB placed a big bet on broadband on Tuesday with a 400 million pound plan to bundle high-speed Internet access with satellite TV, taking on telecoms giants BT, NTL and France Telecom."
|Webmaster General||July 18, 2006|
|1674:|| UK/EU Cookie Law: Sites Must Now Seek Consent|
From Sunday, sites must obtain "informed consent" from visitors before saving cookies on a machine.
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||May 26, 2012|
|1675:|| UK's Which? Webtrader Closing|
A popular best practice scheme is closing in the uk: "...Sites have to adhere to all UK and Europe Consumer laws, and display terms and conditions to customers stating all their rights."
|Ecommerce||Jan 5, 2003|
|1676:|| UK's Online Retailers Told To Change Websites To Meet Consumer Laws|
More than a third of the UK's top online retailers could be breaking consumer laws, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has said.
|Ecommerce||Oct 12, 2012|
|1677:|| UK's ITV Warns Apple Off Using its Brand For Apple TV|
Apple has never confirmed plans for an "iTV" but expectations that it is preparing to launch one are gathering pace.
|Foo||Feb 13, 2012|
|1678:|| UK's ASA In New Online Advertising Remit For Websites|
The UK's Advertising Standards Authority launches a cross-media ad campaign to raise awareness of regulation changes which will see its remit extended to cover marketing on websites from 1st March 2011.[br][br]As a result of the new regulation, marketing communications on companies' own websites and in other third party space under their control, such as Facebook and Twitter, will have to adhere to the non-broadcast advertising rules as set out in the CAP Code.
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||Jan 19, 2011|
|1679:|| UK and EU Cookie Permissions Compliance|
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the UK and EU Cookie Law and how to make your site compliant.
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||Apr 5, 2012|
|1680:|| UK Users Seeing Glitched Google Logos|
Reports have filtered in for a week that users in the UK are seeing strange Google logo glitches at selected ISPs.
|UK Search and Internet Marketing News||Sept 5, 2002|