An attorney has sued Google over ads placed on the Internet's low-rent district, such as error pages for nonexistent Web sites. The ads cost $136.11 but were a bust.
Google is being sued by a lawyer who claims Google dumped his ads on useless sites.
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Since Apple's release of iTunes 8.1 into the wild, the Internet has seen a flurry of discussion on a variety of issues affecting the software. As a result, MacFixIt has compiled a roundup of the types of problems we've heard about from users. Please keep
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