Google Managers Reject Agent’s Claims on Piracy

Google Managers Reject Agent’s Claims on Piracy

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Hollywood agent extraordinaire Ari Emanuel on Wednesday night ridiculed the idea that Google couldn't keep purveyors of pirated content out of search results, since it blocks child porn. Two Google senior vice presidents flatly rejected the comparison....
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Google brings Street View tech to dozens of "World Wonders"

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PowerA unveils Moga Bluetooth controller for Android devices, we go hands-on

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New Y Combinator’s Paul Graham recently begged entrepreneurs to consider “frightening ambitious startup ideas,” like building a better search engine or replacing universities. “Any one of them could make you a billionaire,” said Graham. “That might sound like an attractive prospect, and yet when I describe these ideas you may notice you find...
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Megan Quinn Leaves Square to be a Partner at Kleiner Perkins

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Google Calls Its Smart Ad Relevance System “Smart Ass” (Yes, Seriously)

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