End user licenses can be tricky little buggers. I just came across a site where they are discussing the EULA for Google Chrome. Apparently the folks at the ‘plex are claiming the ability to use anything you blog or email using chrome. Continue reading
A couple by the name of Boring from Pittsburgh Pa is suing Google over a street view of their house.
Google’s Street View is a means by where you can get street level pictures of areas throughout selected areas in the united states. Continue reading
There is a thread at webproworld.com about someone who was using a Yahoo email account as their primary email. Suddenly they found that the account was deleted. The problem was that the account contained their whole life. Apparently, they had not saved the emails. Continue reading
Google has a neat tool available called Google Trends. http://www.google.com/trends You can put in a search term or terms and it will show you the historical trends for searches for that term. It will also highlight news articles pertaining to that term and when they appeared.
You can also put in multiple terms to compare seperated by commas. Continue reading
Google is now showing 360 degree street level views. It’s great from the perspective of showing people exactly how a particular location looks. However, the problem is that it is showing individual recognizable people. I’m not sure how Google is able to do this. I’m not an attorney so I don’t know the exact laws. However, most things I read indicate that you need to have a model release any time you publish a photograph of a recognizable person or persons. Continue reading