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Fighting web scrapers, a new Google service

For many web publishers and legitimate content producers, web scrapers are frustrating and hated. There are even companies that take non-automated approaches to copying content from one website and...

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Germany doesn’t like the Like button

The German Independent Center for Privacy Protection (ULD) cited privacy violations and banned the Facebook Like button in the German state of Schlewsing-Holstein. The center called for the Facebook...

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ICANN boss to step away after expanding power of org

The chief executive of the Internet Corp. for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) plans to leave his post within a year. Under his tenure, ICANN has increased both it's power and it's international...

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Firefox 8 will kill unauthorized add-ons

Firefox 8 will automatically block web browser add-ons that are installed by other software. Users may manually approve the add-ons and make them active, but until they do, the add-ons will be...

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ISPs dirty monetization: investigation of unexpected DNS-based redirections using keywords for profit

A recent study by a UC Berkeley research group, Netalyzr, revealed a sneaky tactic by ISPs in the US, which redirect keyword search traffic directly to websites instead of a search engine--allowing...

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Gmail offers preview pane feature

The latest Gmail Labs feature is a preview pane that allows you to  simultaneously preview parts of an email while reading or replying to an email. The concept was borrowed from the Gmail interface...

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Web tracking lawsuit takes shape against AOL, Spotify, Spokeo and others

More than 20 customers of the website analytics firm KISSmetrics are being sued because allegedly the KISSmetrics web tracking technology violats federal and state privacy laws. The lawsuit is...

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US military taking cyber security lessons from the private sector

As evidenced by a new document from the DOD, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STRATEGY FOR OPERATING IN CYBERSPACE, published July 2011, the US military is taking "learning lessons" from the private sector in...

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Search antitrust infringements go to court in Europe

The French Internet company, 1plusV, is seeking major damages against Google in the Commercial Court of Paris. Their claim is that unfairly suppressed competition. The damages sought by 1plusV is  an...

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Is Secure DNS an answer to our Internet insecurity woes?

Problems with Internet security are becoming a common occurrence for governments, large corporations, non-profits, small businesses and individuals alike. In Singapore this week, a small but global...

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