Monthly Archives: August 2012

Judge to Google, Oracle: tell me which bloggers you’ve paid

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Oracle v. Google re: Java found a way to get interesting again.


A couple of months after Oracle’s billion-dollar fishing expedition went bust when Google’s Android was found not to infringe on Java patents, the judge has asked both parties which bloggers they paid.


In judge William Alsup’s own words:


The Court is concerned that the parties and/or counsel herein may have retained or paid print or internet authors, journalists, commentators or bloggers who have and/or may publish comments on the issues in this case.


… each side and its counsel shall file a statement herein [clearly] identifying all authors, journalists, commentators or bloggers who have reported or commented on any issues in this case and who have received money (other than normal subscription fees) from the party or its counsel during the pendency of this action.

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FunnelWe now have 9,893 members! And 7,891 FB Page fans. Thank you for your support. But we are NOT content. Because we owe it too all of you, our early adopters and supporters, to further improve and grow AdGoggle for your benefit. Now, we have ascertained that only about 5% of the people who click on our AdGoggle referral links and view our homepage with the AdGoggle YouTube video actually sign-up. So, it’s normal to have eg. 100-150 views of your link, but only 5-10 sign-ups. This conversion rate is not good enough for us. Our target is at least 30%

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