Judge allows lawsuit against Google's Gmail scans to move forward

Judge allows lawsuit against Google's Gmail scans to move forward
A federal judge ruled Thursday that Google may be violating wiretap law when it scans the e-mails of non-Gmail users, allowing a lawsuit against the company to move forward. In her ruling, Judge Lucy Koh of the Northern District Court of California, …
Read more on Washington Post

Google Hummingbird Update, Explained
Google marked its fifteenth anniversary on Thursday with a revision its search engine algorithm called "Hummingbird." The company introduced Hummingbird at Google senior VP Susan Wojcicki's old Menlo Park, Calif., house, where Google in its early years …
Read more on InformationWeek

Most, but not all of us, Google ourselves
Only 56 percent of us Google our names to check if anything is being said about us, or if our names are being misused in any way. Such "egosurfing" is almost a necessity in an era of social media with sites like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, according …
Read more on NBCNews.com

Leave a Reply