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Linking can mean a breach of copyright and privacy says judge

12 September 2012

A Dutch court ruled that linking to content which isn't public yet can be seen as a breach of copyright. A precedent is set?

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By Who and Why Google got Sued

19 September 2011

Not everybody likes Google. Last week we saw how the different acquisitions Google made were received and how Google got some claims against them. But if you take a...

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Google admits to whitelisting sites: endangering their European legal issues?

11 March 2011

In a panel at SMX West, which has been going on in San Jose last week, both Google and Bing admitted that they have lists on which websites appear...

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UK OFT Judgement Could Have Impact On Linkbuilding

16 December 2010

In an interesting development that could have wide-ranging repercussions for UK linkbuilders, the UK’s Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has taken action against a company (Handpicked Media) that paid...

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