Trouble with Google, RIM and Nic Cage Video
Trouble with Google, RIM and Nic Cage Video Transcript
Google pack Canadian Nicolas Cage all of legend troublemakers and today show. I'm Bridget Carey and it in person at update. Google -- have to pay a record 22 and a half million dollar fine to the Federal Trade Commission Google is charged with exploiting a loophole. Around user privacy settings Apple's safari web browser the Wall Street Journal reports that it's the largest penalty the commission as demanded against a single company. Now six months ago it was brought to light that Google used a special code. To get around privacy controls cookies were tracking safari users -- tracking with disabled. A Google doesn't do this anymore but it just can't seem to keep out of trouble last year they were in heat with the commission over Google Buzz. Then it forked over 25 green -- -- ex peacekeeper striking a street view investigation. And there's the 500 million dollar settlement paid to the Justice Department. Because of the promotion of drug ads so -- doesn't start -- Google's credibility has changed your feelings about Google party guests shrug your shoulders over these things because. I care about -- -- headset share your thoughts with a 152 video using -- a right to update at cnet.com. And this just in Canadians. Her way to nice because that the Research in Motion shareholders meet. All the board members are elected that's right the leaders of the troubled Blackberry brand get to keep their positions. However there was talk of an ongoing search for more qualified board members. Xbox Live user you can now download the -- -- it it's a new menu -- track your calories that you burn. While playing games that require you to get -- Easter like dance central two and can next Star Wars. That's right kids you can get -- and -- hours -- time. Next issue is and Netflix for magazines it's been -- -- some -- tablets but now that app is available on iPad. Pay a monthly fee and get unlimited read access to about forty magazines there's really nothing else like this for digital magazine. If you're hunting for a job to better super set that leaned in for about because a recent survey of -- percent of recruiters. Are using -- to find qualified candidates also. Speaking to double check what you -- -- and any emails you send your critters. One mistake made by a young woman has become a viral lesson she meant to -- and as a -- cover letter but. Accidentally attached. Nicolas Cage -- A it's good to slow down on -- -- report came out she was good humored about to post -- on her toddler -- now that's a good quality you want any employee. Someone who downloads creating the cage -- -- on a popular Tumblr is well. -- -- tech news update for today from mourn the story and he showed you can always visit cnet.com slash update and are studious in New York I'm Bridget Carey.
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