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Tech at Night: Damaging new claim about Google Wi-Spy, Media Marxists in full outrage mode

Having abandoned the seemingly-endless series of patent lawsuits in the new America Invents Act era, Tech at Night will be quick tonight. Google allegedly knew about the Wi-Spy Street View snooping for two years before ending it. Oops. No wonder FCC claims Google obstructed government investigations into the program. Gotta love the Media Marxists: FCC ventures into campaign finance chilling effects regulation, and they claim it doesn’t go too far enough! Further, when Net Neutrality regulations force Hulu to adopt new business models, they also flip out.
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Apple and Google face US lawsuit over alleged ‘Street View’ patent infringement

Technology : The Next Web Blog (2 years ago)

They’re more accustomed to being sat opposite each other in court, but Apple and Google are side-by-side, for once, after both companies were named in a lawsuit relating to the... Read Post

Google Street View now lets you peek at Indonesia’s biggest cities and stunning underwater reefs

Technology : The Next Web Blog (yesterday)

Google dispatched its distinctive cars to bring Street View to Indonesia back in 2012, and now the first fruits of that labor are finally showing. Today, nearly two years later, Google launched its first Street View imagery of the m... Read Post

Google in $3 billion Russian lawsuit [Patents]

Technology : Valleywag (6 years ago)

A Russian company, Era Volodeya seeks $3 billion in damages for allegedly violating its patent on contextual advertisements, the keyword-matching technique which has made Google the largest company in online advertising. I'm waiting... Read Post


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