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Google Inc., world's most popular search engine, started rolling out a new way to show information about local businesses on Wednesday.
Yahoo Inc. is turning to a former Internet sharpshooter at News Corp.'s media empire to fill a big hole on its management team.
SCOLDING GOOGLE: The Federal Trade Commission chastised Google for collecting personal information transmitted over unsecured Wi-Fi networks without realizing it was grabbing the data for several years.
The Federal Trade Commission is scolding Google Inc. without punishing the Internet search leader for collecting e-mails, passwords and other personal information transmitted over unsecured wireless networks.
Italian prosecutors said Wednesday they have opened an investigation into Google's Street View mapping feature for suspected violation of privacy.
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A lawsuit filed by four women against Joe Francis, producer of the “Girls Gone Wild” videos, has prompted an unusual free-speech battle over whether the identities of the four should be kept under wraps.
Google's global privacy counsel says he's surprised by how few people choose to control what ads are steered their way _ a tool which the Internet search giant launched, albeit with minimal fanfare, over the past year.
Yahoo Inc. is sprucing up its free e-mail service in the latest attempt to persuade people to spend more time on its website.