The Authors Guild and some individual authors filed a class action suit yesterday in federal court in Manhattan against Google, alleging that its Google Library program is a massive copyright infringement at the expense of the rights of individual writers, the group said in a statement.
A mysterious black bird that holds out the promise of great wealth. It’s the stuff that dreams are made of, according to detective Sam Spade in “The Maltese Falcon”. It’s also the perfect way to make sure auto sales Web site Autobytel was able to uncover the riches buried in search engine marketing.
It was bound to happen, and it has: A major Internet Yellow Pages (IYP) provider has announced that it will support the pay-per-call business model, which lets small and local businesses control their search marketing costs by paying only for customers who call rather than click.