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  1. Europe to Google: Rewrite Privacy Policy or Face Sanctions

    3:54 am 7/5/2013

    U.K., Germany and Italy join France and Spain in demanding the Internet search giant change its practice of collecting data on their users.Read more

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  2. YouTube Confirms Investment in Vevo

    5:30 am 7/3/2013

    Through a newly-signed deal, Google's video arm will hold a roughly 7 percent stake in Vevo.Read more

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  3. Appeals Court Orders Fair Use Probe in Google Book-Scanning Lawsuit

    7:38 am 7/1/2013

    The Second Circuit vacates a June decision that certified a class of authors pursuing the online giant for scanning millions of books without permission.Read more

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  4. 'Innocence of Muslims' Appeal Examines Rights of Actors

    9:37 am 6/27/2013

    The 9th Circuit hears about an actress in the controversial video who is now looking to punish Google for alleged copyright infringement.Read more

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  5. Hollywood Scoffs at Google Box Office Prediction Tool

    7:00 am 6/12/2013

    Big tracking firms and studio marketers dismiss the search engine giant's boast of 92 percent accuracy.Read more

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  6. TiVo's Latest DVR Patent Settlements Worth $490 Million

    6:05 am 6/7/2013

    Google's Motorola Mobility division, Cisco and Time Warner Cable agree to licensing deals with the company.Read more

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  7. Google Unveils Model to Predict Box Office Success

    9:00 am 6/6/2013

    The company says it can use search data to project a film's opening weekend revenue with 94 percent accuracy.Read more

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  8. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Is Top-Earning Chief in New Media

    10:36 am 6/5/2013

    Meanwhile, Larry Page, Mayer's old boss at Google, ranks last with just $1 in pay.Read more

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  9. Google's Eric Schmidt's Cameo Cut from 'The Internship'

    8:56 pm 5/25/2013

    The chairman of the search engine giant says if the movie -- set at the company's Mountain View, Calif. headquarters -- is "a little embarrassing, it'll be fine."Read more

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  10. Google's Eric Schmidt Says Hollywood's 'Storytelling Wins' in 'The New Digital Age'

    5:00 am 5/24/2013

    Major studios still have the advantage in producing content, but should look to the Internet as a home for its farm team, say the search giant's chairman and his co-author, former diplomat Jared Cohen in their new book.Read more

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