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9:25 AM ET, July 4, 2008

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Marissa Mayer / The Official Google Blog:
What comes next in this series?  13, 33, 53, 61, 37, 28...  Late one night in the summer of 2000, I found myself answering user support emails in response to two new features we had just released, Advanced Search and Preferences (at the time catchily called “Language, Display, and Filtering Options” :)).
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Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Google, You Can Eat My Cookies Anytime
Discussion: WinBeta
BBC:
Google ‘faces Street View block’  —  Google's plans to launch a mapping tool in the UK could be referred to the Information Commissioner.  —  Street View matches photos of locations to maps, including passers-by who were captured as the photograph was taken.
Discussion: LEWIS 360°
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Darren Waters / BBC NEWS:
Google, privacy and Street View  —  As soon as Google launched Street View, its innovative photo-mapping tool, people began complaining that their privacy had been compromised.  —  From the man walking out of a sex shop, to the sun-bathing girls - had Google compromised their privacy …
Discussion: Google Maps Mania
Associated Press:
YouTube ordered to reveal its viewers  —  NEW YORK (AP) — Dismissing privacy concerns, a federal judge overseeing a $1 billion copyright-infringement lawsuit against YouTube has ordered the popular online video-sharing service to disclose who watches which video clips and when.
Discussion: DSLreports
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Miguel Helft / New York Times:
Google Told to Turn Over User Data of YouTube
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Department of Civil Disobedience: Google Should Deliver Its YouTube …
Discussion: Ars Technica
Karion / RADAR:
GAWKER CUTS STAFF PAY RATE FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE QUARTER  —  Who ever said the future of media was going to feel great?  With the current traffic success of Gawker—70+ posts a day, amazing SEO results, and relentlessly hammered-home top stories to maximize numbers—comes a downside.
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Jason Calacanis / The Jason Calacanis Weblog:
The (evil?) genius of Nick Denton
Discussion: HipMojo.com
Ryan Block / Engadget:
Matias Duarte, designer behind Sidekick and Helio, now developing Palm's next-gen UI  —  So we heard from a very reliable source that mobile user interface guru Matias Duarte — who you may know as the man behind the Sidekick and Helio UI / user experiences — actually left Helio late last year to join up with Palm.
Discussion: Electronista and Gizmodo
Kelly Fiveash / The Register:
BSA slams EC's ‘narrow-minded’ interoperability vision  —  EIF 2.0 draft ruffles some proprietary software feathers  —  An open standards row is brewing between the EC and a lobbying group for software multinationals over a proposed European framework on interoperability - a draft of which is due to be published on 15 July.
Discussion: 451 CAOS Theory
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Mark Blafkin / ACT:   European Commission's Own Goal on Standards
Yahoo! News:
Firefox Browser Share Tops 19 Percent as Record Set  —  The Mozilla Foundation has set a world record and achieved new heights in its battle for browser market share.  According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Mozilla's Firefox 3.0 Web browser set a record for the most downloads in a day.
John Oates / The Register:
eBay Australia ditches PayPal scheme  —  eBay Australia has given up on its attempt to force virtually all payments through its subsidiary PayPal.  —  The move proved hugely unpopular with users and had to be put on hold while it was investigated by the Australian Competition …
Discussion: Inquirer
Zhanyong Wan / Google Testing Blog:
Announcing: New Google C++ Testing Framework  —  We all know the importance of writing automated tests to cover our code.  To make it easier for everyone to write good C++ tests, today we have open-sourced Google C++ Testing Framework (Google Test for short), a library that thousands of Googlers have been using in our C++ programs.
Discussion: Download Squad
Charles Babcock / InformationWeek:
Linspire Chairman Frustrated By Futility Of Desktop Linux, Rebuts Carmony  —  Michael Robertson says Microsoft's imposing lead in the desktop market means Linux should look to next-gen devices for growth.  —  Michael Robertson, chairman of Linspire, said the assets of his company were sold to Xandros after …
Liz Gannes / NewTeeVee:
What's in the Works at Strike.TV  —  Looking for more details on Strike.TV, the network of 40-plus online video series from the Hollywood pros?  We're not sure exactly what's happening tomorrow, the supposed launch date, but we dug up some more goodies to give you a hint of what's to come.
Michael Masnick / Techdirt:
Can A Company Ban Retailers From Selling Its Products On eBay?  —  Right on the heels of the awful court decision in France saying that eBay can be barred from selling even legitimate products, it appears some companies in England are shooting for a similar ruling.
Discussion: Times of London
Dan Nystedt / IDG News Service:
Asustek to Offer Eee PC With Built-in 3G Wireless  —  Later this year, Asustek will offer a version of its Eee PC mini-laptops with built-in 3G (third generation mobile telecommunications) to compete with rivals that are doing the same, a company representative said.
Discussion: Engadget
 
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Jacqueline Emigh / BetaNews:
Study: US broadband access up overall, but down among the poor
Discussion: Lockergnome
Rob Pegoraro / Washington Post:
It Only Looks Like an iPhone
Nicholas Carlson / Valleywag:
I Can Has Cheezburger CEO allergic to cats
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:
Meraki brings free WiFi to 100,000 San Franciscans
Jack Davis / Docu-Drama:
Bidzos is back as VeriSign chief, at least for now
Discussion: The Register
Peter / The Local Onliner:
Gannett Buying ShopLocal Outright
Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
BoingBoing: It's our blog, and our rules
Discussion: Valleywag, PSFK and Web Scout
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Motorola Napolean Q9: Verizon's World Phone
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Did the “Enron of Norway” …
MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
Should people in glass Facebook offices throw stones?
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Christopher Spera / Gear Diary:
AT&T/iPhone US 3G Coverage
Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped:
Google Closing Dallas, Denver Office
Brian Caulfield / Forbes:
Jobs 2.0  —  Pity whoever has to follow Steve Jobs at Apple.
Brendon Chase / CNET News.com:
Stolen: Google employees' personal data
Slash Lane / AppleInsider:
Apple lops $500 off the price of SSD-based MacBook Air