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In settlement, search giant backs down on its advertising policy regarding abortion, Christian group says. It now enables "religious associations to place ads on abortion in a factual way."
Henry Hyde, 83, died on Thursday, leaving behind a federal law that penalizes Internet discussions of abortion with five years in prison. The law's still on the books today.
Should members of the public be able to pay for Web advertisements detailing which companies have donated to politicians? Google says no.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center and Patient Privacy Rights worry that Google Flu Trends may be privacy-invasive and urge Google CEO Eric Schmidt to reveal more information.
MySQL is being eaten away from within and without by former and current employees, perhaps calling for a way to protect itself: commercial extensions.
CBS News' Katie Couric and her fellow pundits discuss presidential nominee Barack Obama's acceptance speech, which closed the DNC and left many attendees in tears.
NYTimes.com exclusively hosts 'Freakonomics' with Mark Cuban, Jim Cramer as quorum and Q&A guests to the social economics blog
Now you can make money by uploading your videos to YouTube, paid for by ads -- but is this a good thing or will it destroy the very fabric of the Internet?