Archives Tag: Lawsuit

Google Buzz Class Action Lawsuit

I recently received an email about the Google Buzz Class Action Lawsuit. Here’s what it says. Google rarely contacts Gmail users via email, but we are making an exception to let you know that we’ve reached a settlement in a lawsuit regarding Google Buzz (, a service we launched within Gmail in February of this […]

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How to Sue Google and Win

Aaron Greenspan writes about his story of suing Google…and winning. His story accounts for him being both an AdSense publisher and an AdWords customer through his company, Think Computer Corporation, where he is the CEO. You can read the full article on The Huffington Post. [ via Blogoscoped & Reddit ]

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Model Sues Google over “Skanky” Comment

A Vogue cover girl is suing Google with the attempt to reveal who the anonymous blogger is. Hold up just a moment. People say all sorts of stuff all the time. That’s the whole point of the first amendment here in the United States. People are allowed to say whatever they want to and are […]

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Google, Apple, and Microsoft All Being Sued

The latest law suit brought to Google’s doorstep is not targeted specifically at Google, but three of the major players in the industry. All three, Google, Apple, and Microsoft, are being sued by a small firm out of Michigan. This law suit came as an early Christmas present, on Christmas Eve. Here’s a short quote […]

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Apple Gambles with Papermaster’s Skills

Google might not have as much to worry about as I thought they would. Papermaster’s role at Apple won’t be directly in chip making. IBM, Papermaster’s previous employer, is throwing down a lawsuit against Papermaster to prevent him from going forward with the Apple employment. (Lawsuit PDF) Despite the non-compete agreement signed when Papermaster joined […]

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Google Loses German Lawsuit Over Image Searches

Google officially lost the lawsuit brought to them by a photographer in Germany. The issue at hand was a case of copyright violations; displaying images without prior consent from the artist. Google’s preview of a picture by German photographer Michael Bernhard violates his copyrights, the Regional Court of Hamburg ruled, his lawyer Matthies van Eendenburg […]

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