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With Google News now shut down in Spain, publishers in the country are experiencing a sharp decline in their sites' external traffic. However, the internal traffic has surprisingly increased.
Following the approval of amendments in the tax laws in Spain, Google announced that Google News would be shut down in the country as well. But now, the publishers are asking Google News to return.
The Google Earth API will retire late next year due to a variety of reasons; the Google Geo Developers Blog has hinted at new projects in the future but released no details regarding them.
The Pirate Bay claims that a new raid on its operations by Sweden-based law enforcement officials is in the works, but says it is prepared to deal with a Megaupload-style shutdown.
Four of the suspects arrested in the Megaupload piracy case made a quick court appearance in New Zealand on Friday. The judge in the case said they will remain in jail until at least Monday.
LimeWire's days of file-sharing are over after a court ruling today is forcing the company to stop distributing and supporting LimeWire's P2P file-sharing service. As per the court ruling, LimeWire "intentionally encouraged direct infringement" and that...