Google Sued Over Click Fraud, Again

Not for lead plaintiff Joseph Kinney and the other Internet advertisers who this week had their lawyers sue to block the $90 million settlement Google reached in a click fraud case in March. The suit isn't about the money, said Kinney, proprietor of the informational Web site SafeSpaces.com.

"The issue is not merely one of economics to me," Kinney told internetnews.com, "I just think that companies like Google need to be accountable to the people that pay them and to the public. This current settlement is not going to achieve those goals." In February 2005, Lane's Gifts and Collectibles and Caulfield Investigations filed a suit in Arkansas against Google, Yahoo, Time Warner and its America Online and its Netscape divisions.

News source: internetnews.com

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