Tag Archives: Google

TOMORROW Law Library Lunch & Learn: Power-Up‽

Research and Copyright Services Librarian Stephen Wolfson will be presenting on advanced search techniques, including legal research on Google, secret search engine tools, and how to do research on the Dark Web (and why you shouldn’t). 12 to 1 PM Classroom … Continue reading

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Breaking down the new Alphabet

Yesterday, most everyone found out that Google, the Internet search giant, had formed itself a new parent company called Alphabet. The official announcement came in a blog post from Google’s co-founder Larry Page. Under the new Alphabet umbrella, Google’s core … Continue reading

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Google Wins

The Chronicle of Higher Education reported on the Google Books lawsuit. On Thursday, Nov. 14, Denny Chin, Circuit Judge for the Southern District of New York, ruled that Google’s use of copyrighted works in its Google Books program counts as … Continue reading

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Google Tells Court You Cannot Expect Privacy When Sending Messages to Gmail

Lawyers for Google said people should not expect privacy when they send messages to a Gmail account. Consumer Watchdog said today that people who care about their email correspondents’ privacy should not use the Internet giant’s service. Google’s brief said: “Just … Continue reading

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Deep Web Research and Discovery Resources 2013

Find resources that cannot be found by Google!  This report and guide is designed to give you the resources you need to better understand the history of the deep Web research, as well as various classified resources that allow you … Continue reading

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Kevin Bacon Number

Google now allows you to see the degree of separation from Kevin Bacon for any actor.  Simply type in the actor’s name and then “bacon number” in the search box.  Brad Pitt’s bacon number is 1, John McEnroe’s bacon number … Continue reading

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20 Google Search Shortcuts

Google has a some search box functions that allow you to find answers on specific questions instantly.  Topics include, weather, earthquakes, math calculations, baking measurements, translations and many more.  See the rest of them here.

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