1 hr ago
Google challenges Fisa court's gag orders on reporting user surveillance
Tech firm US petitions government to allow it to publish number of user accounts affected by secretive court's requests Co-founder Larry Page said the secrecy surrounding the current system "undermines the freedoms we all cherish".
4 hrs ago
Google Glass privacy concerns raised by international data protection authorities
Officials asked Larry Page if they can test the frames and for details on how Google will use the data the device collects The Canadian privacy commissioner and 36 other data protection authorities on Tuesday raised privacy concerns about Google Glass in an open letter to CEO Larry Page.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Did Google and Yahoo help get government snooping off the ground?
Google and Yahoo -- and the other tech giants stung by the recent news of their participation in government surveillance programs -- are in the midst of a public-relations offensive to steady suddenly wobbly reputations.
Embarcadero Developer Network
CodeRage Mobile Session Schedule - June 18, 2013
CodeRage Mobile Opening Keynote The mobile tsunami is here and developers are on the leading edge building the applications, tools, technologies to deliver the best solutions for their companies and their users.
Google settles suit, clears way for stock split
Google has resolved a shareholder lawsuit blocking a long-delayed stock split, clearing the way for the Internet search leader to issue a new class of non-voting shares later this year.
One Man & His Blog
Google's alibi for Reader's murder
Unsurprisingly, someone asked Larry Page a question about Google Reader and got the scripted "too few users, only about a million" non-answer, to which Sergey Brin couldn't help quip that a million is about the number of remote viewers of the Google I/O developer conference Page had just bragged about.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Silicon Alley Insider
Thousands Of Companies Swap Sensitive Trade Data With US Agencies In...
Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are recognized for their efforts at the conclusion of the Clinton Global Initiative in New York, September 22, 2006.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Motley Fool
Average Shareholders Likely Oppose Google's Dual-Class Voting Structure
How Google's capital structure limits shareholder power Google currently has a dual-class voting structure that ensures that not only will it get its way in all director elections, but it will also be able to soundly defeat any shareholder proposals pushing for changes to its corporate-governance structure.
'Chinese Google' Unveils Visual Search Engine Powered by Fake Brains
Kai Yu, of the Chinese search giant Baidu, discusses "deep learning" inside the company's new Silicon Valley outpost.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Prism Leak Story Begins to Evaporate
Edward Snowden was so convinced that the Prism program involved secretive surveillance through Internet backdoors that he walked out on his job and his girlfriend , spoke to the media, and resigned himself to jail, or worse .
Surveillance reports: A tough spot for tech firms
Google stores backup tapes at a data center in Berkeley County, S.C. CEO Larry Page denies that data is automatically turned over to government surveillance programs.
Google, Waze Confirm Deal, Outline Integration
"The social aspect is a core part of how Waze works, and Google definitely sees it as a fit with Google+," said analyst Avi Greengart.
Apple shows it can still innovate
In my last article I broke down the updated product line announced at the annual Google I/O event.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Larry Page and Mark Zuckerberg deny Google and Facebook PRISM involvement
INTERNET GIANTS Google and Facebook have denied involvement in the US National Security Agency PRISM programme that reportedly collects the personal data of millions of internet users.
Boot up: Google's leaky Wallet, Waze buy?, Prism non-denial denials, and more
Google Wallet, the mobile software that allows Android users to pay for purchases online and in stores with their phones, has become a money pit.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Metro UK News
Google, Facebook and Yahoo deny co-operating with surveillance programme
Internet giants Google, Facebook and Yahoo have hit back at claims they knowingly cooperated with US authorities over a secret surveillance programme on citizens.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Google Denies Participating in NSA's Secret PRISM Program
Google denies any involvement in the NSA's secret PRISM program in a blog post .
Silicon Alley Insider
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Just Vehemently Denied Giving The...
The Washington's Post claim that the FBI and National Security Agency are "tapping directly into the central servers" of the country's biggest technology companies to spy on their users continues to fall apart.
Yahoo: Tumblr To Play Key Role In Reshaping Company
Mayer, who worked closely with Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin during her time at the company, had high praise for Karp during Monday's conference call.
National Center for Public Policy Res...
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