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Feds Make Deal With Net Firms Over Disclosure of User Info

January 27, 2014 | 2:46 pm

Feds Make Deal With Net Firms Over Disclosure of User Info

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Companies can now report roughly how many demands for user data the NSA and other agencies are making.

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April 9, 2013 | 9:28 am

Update: Microsoft Renews its ‘Scroogled’ Ads, Claims They’re Working

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Whatever else you can say about Microsoft, it doesn’t give up easily. Although its Scroogled attack ads, renewed on Tuesday, might not have eroded Google’s market share for search, they have changed public opinion, Microsoft says. “The campaigns have been effective, as they’ve driven millions to the website scroogled.com, and in poll testing have reduced […]

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March 1, 2013 | 11:35 am

Microsoft Winds Down ‘Scroogled’ Campaign Against Google

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Can nothing stop Google? On Thanksgiving, Microsoft launched attack ads against the Internet giant that were so ferocious they made headlines in advertising and technology publications alike. Microsoft spokespeople are still warning anyone who will listen that Google is reading its users’ email and delivering biased results in Google Shopping. But it has stopped buying […]

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