Google Changes Search Formula to Prevent Copyright Infringement

Google Changes Search Formula to Prevent Copyright Infringement

By Albert Angulo Google’s new plan  is to penalize sites than have been flagged for copyright complaints. Over the years, Google has been demonized by Hollywood for leading its users to sites that allowed them to copy and pirate music, videos, games and other content. “Google wants to do something to show Hollywood that it’s not a […]

Google to pay record $22.5 million over privacy fines

Google to pay record $22.5 million over privacy fines

By Justine Espersen Google Inc. will pay a $22.5 million fine after violating privacy laws by tracking millions of web surfers who use Apple’s Safari browser, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said Thursday. The civil penalty, the largest fine the FTC has imposed against a company, is due to Google misrepresenting what was happening. The […]

Apple’s Mountain Lion Ugrade

By Justine Espersen After being more than a week on the market, Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion has far exceeded three million downloads, making it their most successful OS X release. Mountain Lion is available for an upgrade from Lion or Snow Leopard, well worth the $19.99. It includes more than 200 new features, such […]