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Street Fight Daily: Google Goes After Robocallers in SEO Lawsuit, Apple Acquires Mapsense

The Editors

Street Fight Daily: Google Goes After Robocallers in SEO Lawsuit, Apple Acquires Mapsense

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… Google Files Suit Against SEO Firm Accused of Robocalling, Launches Complaint Center for Users (Search Engine Land)… Apple Acquires Mapsense, a Mapping Visualization Startup (Recode)… Amazon’s Prime Now Expands to L.A., Ramps Up for SoCal Grocery Deliveries (TechCrunch)…

Street Fight Daily: News Corp Buys Move.com, Angie’s List Mulls Sale

The Editors

Street Fight Daily: News Corp Buys Move.com, Angie’s List Mulls Sale

A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technologyRupert Murdoch Wants to Sell You Your Next Home (Time)… A Report Says Angie’s List Might Sell Itself And Now Its Stock Is Surging (Business Insider)… The Real Reason PayPal Isn’t an Apple Pay Preferred Partner (BankInnovation)…

Local Quotables: Doctor, Kurzweil, Millard and more

Isa Jones

Local Quotables: Doctor, Kurzweil, Millard and more

The best words about and around the hyperlocal industry.

Ken Doctor thinks New Corp can’t go local with their business model; Jordan Kurzweil thinks the demand for local news is less than people think; Amy Millard says that local businesses have more Facebook interaction than their corporate counterparts; and more.

Street Fight Daily: 04.01.11

David Hirschman

Street Fight Daily: 04.01.11

What’s happening around media, technology, advertising and startups in hyperlocal, every week day.

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. has acquired Larchmont, New York-based hyperlocal network theLoop for an undisclosed sum.“Hyperlocal news is a trend in news consumption that’s here to stay,” said a well-placed News Corp. executive. (theLoop)…

Walgreens is the first retailer to try a major national Foursquare promotion. Most of the retail chain’s 7,600 locations are now offering store patrons who check in on the geo-social platform 15 percent off eligible items and 20 percent off Walgreens-branded products. (Clickz)…

Location-based services will be so all-pervasive by 2014, experts believe, that it will be possible to locate every one of us every second of every day. But has the law caught up to technology? (Guardian)…